We know that clutter looks unsightly, but did you know that a cluttered space can stress you out and reduce productivity?
We’ve all got at least one “junk drawer” in our homes. You know what I mean. Maybe it’s in the kitchen or in your office, but it’s a black hole where you toss things that don’t exactly have their own “place.” That drawer is probably not the only place that clutter is invading. Over time, we tend to just accumulate stuff, and taking some time to declutter a space can give it a fresh look and an make you feel more organized and less stressed out.
When you’re working or living in a cluttered space, it can be hard to find things that you’re looking for, and it’s tough to focus when you’ve got that nagging voice in the back of your head telling you to tidy up. Instead of ignoring the clutter in your life, you can empower yourself to do something about it!
Here are 5 simple steps to help you reduce the clutter in your life, one junk drawer at a time.
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