As the old saying goes, ‘a tidy home is a tidy mind’ and it’s certainly true that your environment can affect your emotional well-being. When your home is in disarray, it can affect your ability to concentrate, focus or relax. As a result, it’s easier to feel stressed, anxious and overwhelmed. Fortunately, you can alleviate these feelings by overhauling your environment. To get you started, take a look at these five ways to declutter your home and your mind:
1 | START SMALL
If decluttering an entire property feels overwhelming, don’t try and take on too much at once. Instead, start small and set yourself achievable tasks. You might want to start by decluttering just one room, for example, on focusing on specific items, like clothing. Once you begin to make progress, the sense of satisfaction you get will spur you on to achieve even more.
2 | TURN CLUTTER…
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