Start Getting Rid Of Clutter Now, Downsize, Reduce, Reuse and Enjoy
We all acknowledge the benefits we start by getting rid of clutter. Ok, stop the useless planning and start getting rid of clutter today. Now! No more delay. Reclaim your precious space. I had a service call at a large self-storage company and the manager said business is booming. Americans have too much junk and do not know what to do with it.
He told me business was so good the company usually raises rates every 90 days. Are you one of the self-storage company’s victims? I am going to show you how to start getting rid of clutter today. Now! Not tomorrow or in the near future. Today! Reclaim your space and finally enjoy the full potential of your living space.
Clutter can take many life-robbing forms. Start getting rid of clutter to help avoid them all. You will learn to give clutter the boot in your home, life, and mind. Reclaim your space and be proud to have family and friends visit your home.
I will not kid you this will can be a huge challenge. We will be looking at EVERYTHING. Clothing, accumulation of coffee cups, stuffed animals, freebies from conventions, scraps of paper, piles of wood in the garage, and EVERYTHING!
Clutter Is Out Of Control In America
Life is moving at a faster and faster pace and becoming more demanding. People don’t realize how much clutter has taken over their lives until they have to move from one home to another. You also realize who your true friends are. LOL.
There are 300,000 items in the average American home (LA Times)
Even though the average size of an American home has tripled in the last 50 years, 1 out of every 10 Americans rent off-site storage for even more of their stuff (New York Times Magazine)
The average 10-year-old owns 238 toys but plays with just 12 daily (The Telegraph)
There is a direct correlation between a woman’s Cortisol (stress) levels and the amount of clutter in her life (UCLA study)
80% of the clutter in your home or office is a result of disorganization, not lack of space (National Association of Professional Organizers)
Clutter Can Seep into Every Aspect of Your Life
Start getting rid of clutter but first understand where and what it is. Clutter builds up and never goes away on its own. If you don’t have a system to deal with it be prepared to drown in the junk. Is there an ever-growing mess lurking in your closets, basement, and garage?
Here are a few negative effects clutter can have on your life if not controlled.
- Can create more stress.
- Can’t find things.
- Can cause conflicts and arguments.
- Cause embarrassment.
- Can contribute to weight gain
- Can’t get things done.
- Can’t control growing clutter.
- May spend less time with family and friends.
- Can increase dust mites or other unwanted critters.
- Cause fatigue or depression.
- Can be passed on to your children.
There is hope. I can introduce you to a fabulous system to help you deal with a clutter problem. This system will help you and your family avoid the problems above. Truly enjoy the full potential of your living space.
The Positive Effects of A Clutter-Free Life
You have read this far so you know the obvious benefits of implementing a system to help enjoy a clutter-free life. Start getting rid of clutter today and enjoy some of these benefits:
- A clutter-free home.
- Much less stress.
- No more arguments over clutter.
- No more embarrassment.
- Find things easily.
- Lose weight.
- More time.
- Improved relationships.
- More space.
- More money.
Do Yourself A Favor and Start Getting Rid Of Clutter
If you realize you have a creeping clutter problem or not you know what you have to do. You can continue to ignore it, try to resolve it alone, or get help. Something has to be done. Reclaim that bedroom, closets, garage, attic, and basement.
Why pay those ever-raising storage unit fees for junk to just collect dust? Save that money and use it to create great memories with friends and family.
Do yourself a favor and get the help you need. Your friends and family will thank you. There is a proven system that will put this problem behind you. Start getting rid of clutter today.
Clutter has become part of my life but it doesn’t take over my life and I don’t call it clutter, I call it memories. That is not to say I keep everything. Clothes, paper and general junk gets outed but when you have 3 children who have been buying you things for the past 28 years it is hard to decide what should go and what should not.
My love of anything Vintage also adds to my memory haul.
Any Advice on getting rid of things that mean something?
Thanks for your comment Karen. If those thinks are not causing you any problems leave well enough alone. Just try to spend more time creating great memories with the ones you love.