Where Clutter Begins

Where Clutter Begins

How does one’s home become cluttered? Where does it start? What is responsible for the clutter? Clutter doesn’t happen overnight. It’s a process that can take months or even years for you to even notice the clutter. Some of us live denial when we think of our homes as cluttered or we just don’t want to believe it because then we will have to do something about it.

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The Beginners Guide To Decluttering Your Home

We all have clutter in our homes, some just more than others. Regardless of how much stuff or “junk” we have, we could all benefit from getting rid of that clutter and everything else we don’t need. Having a cluttered home can actually be bad for your health. According to Psychology Today, messy homes can leave us feeling stressed, overwhelmed, anxious and helpless.

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Toy Clutter Plague

Toy ClutterHow many of you feel as though you have had all rooms of your home completely taken over by your kids toys? The toys are scattered in their bedroom, living room, basement, kitchen and even your room! Sometimes you may feel like there is no hope, that with every passing holiday and birthday, more and more toys keep accumulating in your home. We all reach that breaking point when it comes down to just wanting to throw out all of their toys and it’s usually right after stepping on a few Lego pieces (ouch!). Read More

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Junk and Clutter Statistics

ClutterMany of us would agree that we own way too much stuff. Did you know that having too much clutter can have a negative impact on the brain? According to neuroscientists at Princeton University, having too many excess things in our surroundings can have a negative impact on our ability to process information and focus. This can ultimately cause stress and frustration. So how does all of the clutter begin? Well, it starts with us buying things we don’t need, and keep thinking we might find a use for it someday. Take a look at some of these other interesting junk and clutter statistics to get a better idea: Read More