We are all guilty of owning too many items, some unnecessary, many held on for sentimental reasons.
Whether at home or in your office, we should all take some time to practice decluttering. Researchers using MRIs and diagnostic tools have shown that clutter affects our brain’s ability to concentrate and process information. Clutter has the same effect on our brain as multitasking, it overloads the senses, makes us feel stressed and it impairs our creative thinking.
In order to improve mental health and reduce stress, I’ll give you a few pointers on how you can go about decluttering your home or office. It is easier to start at baby steps so here we go:
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