Feb 18, 2020
What’s the hottest home-centered trend these days?
It just might be decluttering.
A quick Google search for the term “decluttering tips” will present you with more than 8 million results. Search Amazon.com for “decluttering,” and you’ll get 3,000 results. Even Netflix has gotten in on the trend with its original series, “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo”—a decluttering celebrity who is single-handedly responsible for adding the phrase “spark joy” to contemporary conversation.
And we’re all for it. In fact, decluttering isn’t only a gift to your home (and the people who live in it). It might just be good for your health!
Think about it: if you’re surrounded by stacks of mail, old receipts, and magazines you just haven’t had a chance to read… you’re also surrounded by dust, silverfish, maybe even rodents. Reducing clutter can help you keep your home’s air cleaner, and may even positively impact your allergy symptoms.
That’s not all: professional organizers often report that clients feel less stress and anxiety after decluttering their living or work space.
So if you’re considering jumping in on this trend, where should you get started?
It’s not spring yet… but that doesn’t mean you need to wait to start spring cleaning. Set your goals, choose your approach, and achieve your decluttering goals.
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