As you guys may or may not have noticed, I’m somewhat back now. I have been trying to reply to comments and visit other blogs. You guys left so many comments on the last few posts I published (thank you!) so it’ll take me a while to reply to everyone and visit all the blogs but I’ll get there someday I promise lol! Hope everyone had a great new year and that 2022 is going well for you.
It’s officially been about a week so I thought I would post again and I thought I would write it on something I’m currently working on which is decluttering.
Your physical environment can affect how you feel mentally. If your home is too messy or you feel like you don’t have enough space, it can really get you down. When your home is too cluttered and disorganized, it can make your brain feel more disorganized too. It can make you feel more stressed and make it difficult to focus. Plus, you can feel ashamed of inviting people over if your home isn’t very tidy. Decluttering can help to improve your mental health and make you a more organized person with better focus and even improved self-esteem. Use these methods to deal with clutter.
Sort Out Your Storage
Good storage is essential if you want to avoid clutter in your home. By ensuring you have plenty of storage, you can give everything in your home a place to be. When you’ve finished using something, you can put it back where it’s supposed to go. This prevents everyday clutter from building up and making your home look messy. If you need more storage, buy some storage solutions for storing various items. You might even benefit from looking for extra storage space, such as a storage unit or garage that you can use.
Clutter isn’t just physical. It can also be digital, especially in this day and age, when many of your important things are digital files. If you have a lot of documents, media, and various other files that need to be organized, you can declutter it to free up digital space. Is your iCloud storage full? Getting rid of unnecessary files or moving them elsewhere will allow you to declutter and free up space. You might have documents from years ago that you no longer need to keep. You can organize different files into various folders so everything is easier to find.
Clear Out Unwanted Stuff
Getting rid of things that you no longer need can really help to declutter your home. You might not notice at first but your stuff can build up over time. Eventually, you could have a lot of stuff that you no longer want or need. Having a good clear out of all of your things will help you to offload anything that’s not useful to you anymore. You can decide whether you want to sell, donate or throw out your things (recycling where possible). You can feel a lot lighter once it’s done.
Tidy Up Daily
Keeping on top of clutter is another important way to stay organized for your mental health. It can start to gather if you don’t make an effort to keep your home tidy. Try to tidy up every day to ensure clutter doesn’t gather in the corners and on various surfaces. It should only take a few minutes to put your things away and make sure everything is in its proper place, especially if you have the correct storage.
Declutter your life and you can find that your mental health starts to improve. It can reduce stress and help you feel lighter and happier.
I hope you guys enjoyed the post. Let me know in the comments below if you declutter and if decluttering makes you feel better.
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