Have you ever noticed how heavy your chest feels when your surroundings are cluttered and in disarray?
Having a cluttered home can lead to more stress, anxiety, and lack of mental energy. It’s even arguable that living in chaos puts your mind in a low self-control mindset, causing you to be more likely to overeat and make other sabotaging choices. So fascinating how much our surroundings affect us, isn’t it!?
On top of all of this, a cluttered home leads to a cluttered mind, making it more difficult to think clearly. Basically, you are unable to work through the clutter which makes your brain struggle with processing information. This can make it hard to remember things and problem-solving.
The New Year is the perfect time to begin decluttering your home and starting fresh. What room needs decluttering the most in your home?