Oct 1, 2018
Clutter can have negative effects on our mental, emotional, and financial health. Today we talk with Star Hansen, a Certified Professional Organizer who helps people get rid of stuff they no longer need.
Whether it is old dishes, clothes you no longer wear, or gifts that you can’t throw away, little by little, clutter invades our homes. Letting go of things it's painful. But having a cluttered space can lead to feelings of sadness, anger, and depression.
There is a direct correlation between living in a cluttered space and reduced mental focus. This can cause difficulties in problem-solving, memory retention, and concentration. Clutter is particularly harmful to people working from home, it can affect their work performance which can reduce their ability to earn money.