organizing

and psychology

 

 

 

psychological well-being is comprised of many factors; one of those factors is

the physical state of our personal environment

 

many negative emotional and psychological effects can result from being disorganized:

 

- relationships between household members can become strained and stressful 

when things go missing and when responsibilities are left unmet

due to a disorganized environment

 

- increased anxiety and intrusive thoughts can result from a lack of

productive systems for time management and task completion

 

- frustration with a disordered home can lead to

emotional distress 

 

financial well-being can be negatively affected by disorder in the household:

 

 - late fees piling up when bills aren't paid on time

 

- buying superfluous replacements for items you own but can't find

 

- credit scores negatively impacted by missed payments

 

improving the state of one's space is a simple and effective way of clearing a cluttered mind:

 

- worries and anxieties seem to melt away when

efficient systems are in place for getting things done

 

- relationships with other members of the household improve when everyone knows

where things belong, and how to locate what they need

 

- frustrations dissolve when time and money are no longer wasted due to disorganization

 

- financial concerns are tempered when bills and other payments are paid on time

"Until Alex came over and reorganized, I never realized how much an organized apartment helped reduce my stress - I am once again able to really enjoy my home."

 

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