According to psychologists, clutter is a trigger of stress and anxiety.
That’s because it:
- Adds excessive visual stimuli.
- Is a general distraction.
- Can make it difficult to relax.
- Causes guilt for not being more organized.
- And more…
Let’s be real. We’re all stressed. And often, we’re guilty of clutter in at least one area of our life. However, if you’re intentional about reducing clutter in your life, you can make it happen, and subsequently reduce your stress. Learn more at Understanding Compassion.
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