In the last part of our guide, we discussed how clutter can affect your mental health and motivation in life, and why you need a foolproof plan to declutter your home.
But before you get your boxes out and start throwing stuff away, you need to figure out; does your home need decluttering?
It’s a good question! We often become blind to our own mess, and it’s tough to decide what is and what isn’t clutter.
So, let’s get clear on whether you have a clutter problem or not, once and for all, with a little experiment.
Ask yourself the following questions:
﹒Do you spend too much time looking for things daily?
﹒Do you feel lost in your own home sometimes?
﹒Are you always putting off your tidying, saying “I’ll do it tomorrow”?
﹒Do you feel frazzled, frustrated, and mentally drained at the end of your day?
If you answered yes to those questions, then you have a clutter problem! And now you know about the problem, you can do something about it.
You could soon be living a calmer, more focused, happier, and healthier life as a result of decluttering your home.
In the next part of our Ultimate Guide To Decluttering series, we will be going into exactly how you can start effectively decluttering for more clarity and peace in your life.
Until then, start thinking about which items you want to get rid of, what you want to move, and prepare to make some positive changes to your home.