Ways that decluttering and organizing can reduce stress in your life. Resources and motivation to help you start to declutter and organize.
Does the idea of decluttering and organizing your house completely stress you out?
When you think of all of the things you’d like to do to better organize your home, it can feel overwhelming.
When I started working on trying to get organized, I did it with the help of the FlyLady system.
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What Will Getting Organized Do for YOU?
By decluttering and organizing little by little, I started to see progress, and I began to reap the benefits of having a more organized living space.
Some of the benefits of decluttering and organizing were a complete surprise to me.
Others, I knew would probably happen if I just put in the time to get a lot of the junk out of our home.
If you’re thinking of decluttering and organizing your home, but you’re wondering if the work you put in will be worth the effort, the list below might be helpful.
This is just a handful of the benefits I’ve seen from being more mindful about taking time to declutter and organize.
Benefits of Decluttering and Organizing
- Less time wasted looking for stuff
- Less to clean
- Less to maintain
- More of the things you love
- Blessing others by donating and gifting possessions
- More space
- Less nastiness – less dust, dead bugs, hairballs, etc.
- Less to move to a new home
- Less to worry about when systems are in place
- Less embarrassment
- Money saved – Just decluttering and minimizing my wardrobe has saved me hundreds!
- Money earned through garage sales, resales, and ThredUp
- Less regret – No more finding clothes with tags, expired food, forgotten gifts.
- More time
- More relaxation
- More pride