This Spring why not purge your inner horder and make a positive effort to lift your mood and declutter your home!
It turns out that clutter has a profound affect on our mood and self-esteem. Anthropologists, social scientists, and archaeologists found a link between high cortisol (stress hormone) levels in female home owners and a high density of household objects.
The more stuff, the more stress women feel. Men, on theother hand, don’t seem bothered by mess, which accounts for tensions between tidy wives and their messy husbands.
Many women associate a tidy home with a happy and successful family. The more dishes that pile up in the sink, the more anxious women feel.
Even families that want to reduce clutter often are emotionally paralysed when it comes to sorting and throwing out belongings.They either can’t break sentimental attachments to objects or believe their things have hidden monetary value.
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