The Clutter Effect
You're Not Imagining It
“Clutter, once established multiplies and overflows, it is obstructive, distracting and energy sapping”
The Clutter Effect
Are you living with the ‘clutter effect’?
When you’re surrounded, possibly boxed-in and feeling cornered by clutter, it causes clutter overwhelm and a host of other negative effects. Both your home and life are full of ‘yesterdays’ with not much room for today, let alone tomorrow. People tell me when they think of dealing with their clutter; they don’t know where to begin.
Here’s the ugly truth, a cluttered home works against you; affecting your health and relationships; the longer it stays, the more you’ll feel it’s harmful effects.
You’re Ready For Change, But You also Fear It.
There are the two primary fears that come with change, the fear of being judged and the fear of failure; both make breaking up with clutter hard to do. Put those fears aside; there is no judgement, only understanding and support to help you succeed.
This short TED Talk on YouTube is only five minutes, it’s inspirational, and talks about why less stuff equals more happy.
Why Decluttering Guides Rarely Work
If you’re looking for solutions to your clutter problem, chances are you’ve downloaded or tried self-help decluttering guides. The internet is cluttered with decluttering guides and online gurus, and yet 90% of our homes remained cluttered!
The reason is people often underestimate the time and energy it takes to make it happen. They also underestimate the impact the ‘clutter effect’ has on our ability to get rid of it, that’s where I come in.
Key To Success
Unlike decluttering guides, professional and expert help guarantees success.
Homes Revamped decluttering, and Revamp Packages are designed to find solutions to your clutter problems, giving you the resources you need to get the job done. Decluttering with an understanding expert is a liberating experience, I also take away your items for donation so your clutter will exit the same day! Check out Mary’s experience for hope and inspiration and to find out more about how I work.
The Benefits Of Decluttering
Just as there is the ‘clutter effect’, so there is the ‘declutter effect’; decluttering your home is a rewarding and transformational experience:
- You’ll feel less stressed – reducing clutter means your body stops producing so much of the stress hormone cortisol.
- You’ll save time and energy – on average we spend 18 months of our lives looking for things we can’t find.
- Day-to-day living becomes easier – knowing where things are when you need them means you’ll feel more organised and in control.
- Relationships will improve – because you’ll be feeling more relaxed and in control and on top-of-things.
YOU'RE NOT ALONE
I just want to say Kerry, I feel that I have relocated to a new abode. I am much more energised and I get a buzz each time I enter a room, and at times I just go and have a look in each room or the draws. Thanks to your magical way of decluttering and organising my home I am finding the practicality of the organisation very workable.
It appears that I am much tidier and if there is anything out of place before I go to bed each night I tidy up, amazing – I now have pride in my home – at last.