By living large in a small house
Do you ever feel stressed, overwhelmed, or tired when you walk into your home? If so, it might be time to declutter and get organized. A cluttered home can take a toll on your physical and mental health.
A study by the University of California, Los Angeles found that people who lived in cluttered homes were more likely to experience symptoms of stress, such as headaches, muscle tension, and difficulty sleeping.
Getting organized can also help you to sleep better. When your home is clutter-free, it is easier to relax and unwind. This can lead to better sleep quality and more energy during the day.
There are many different ways to organize your home. You can create zones for different activities, such as a work zone, a play zone, and a relaxation zone. You can also use storage solutions to keep your belongings organized and out of sight.
Once you have gotten your home organized, it is important to stay organized. There are a few things you can do to make it easier to stay organized. First, create a routine for decluttering and organizing. This could be once a week or once a month, depending on your needs.
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