Spring is finally here and many of us are sheltering in place – and this might give us more time than usual to think about clutter.
If you have ever done spring cleaning, you know how refreshing it feels to walk into a truly clean, decluttered home – that lighter feeling when your eyes are no longer drawn to that clump of dust, pile of papers, overloaded shelf, chaotic garage, ball of dog hair, or a grease stain on your kitchen cabinet.
To really clean, you need to get rid of the clutter first. Many studies point to a direct relationship between productivity and clutter. Continue reading “How Clutter Affects Your Health”