Does having too much clutter affect your life in a negative way?
Clutter can be defined as things you do not use or need, untidy or disorganized things, too many things in too small a space, and anything left unfinished.
Excessive clutter can affect your life in some of the following ways:
• Can keep you from inviting people to your home
• Keeps you from being close to others
• Can cause feelings of embarrassment, shame or guilt that holds you back.
• Clutter drains your energy. Items that are not used or cared for hold stagnant energy.
Low Self Esteem:
• Not being able to stay organized can cause you to feel bad about yourself; thinking that you don’t have the skills that other people have.
• When you can’t find something, or want to clear the clutter but can’t seem to do so, your stress levels rise.
• You buy duplicates because you can’t locate the original item you purchased.
• Bills that are paid late as they are hidden beneath clutter
• Compulsive buying via credit cards
• Spending money by moving to a larger home in order to store more stuff
• Spending money to rent storage units
• Not being able to locate things
• Having too much stuff sucks up your time
• Too much stuff leads to procrastination and being late
If you can relate to this post, and live in the Boston area,
and would like a
FREE 1/2 hour phone consultation
to discuss your clutter issues, contact me at:
ClutterClearerCoach@comcast.net or 857-919-4735