The most obvious form of clutter that you experience in everyday life is physical mess in your home. Mounds of clothing on chairs in the bedroom, piles of magazines on the coffee table, and paper work mounting up on the countertop – all can get out of control resulting in a whole lot of chaos in your living environment.
Chaos in the home – a place that is meant to be a tranquil and restful haven – leads to chaos in the mind, and the more disorganised your surroundings, the less organised your mind becomes. Luckily, there are ways to tackle the mess:
If you work from home, or in an office environment, doing one or all of the following can help:
Which one of these tips could you do today?