Fact #1: Clutter is stressing.
You can feel stressed simply by just sitting in a cluttered room. A cluttered room can provide too much information for your brain to visually process and is a nagging reminder of just how much work you need to do to clean your house. Having a cluttered home creates a steady stream of low stress that can slowly but surely drain you of your energy.
Fact #2: A soothing home relieves stress.
Coming home to an organized living area, where order, cleanliness, and a decor fit to your taste prevail, helps reduce stress. This order helps bring a sense of peace and tranquility to your mind.
Fact #3: Organizing saves time and money.
If you don't have an organized home, you will waste time looking for items when you need them, take extra time to clean things up, and accrue late fees in unpaid bills because you were unable to find them. Sacrifice some time to organize your folders, cupboards and closets to save yourself the stress of trying to find things in a clutter.
Fact #4: Good things happen to those with organized homes.
Based on the above facts, it is easy to see the benefits of a well-organized home. You do not have to wait until spring cleaning to destress your home. With relatively little effort you can accomplish a lot in keeping your home stress-free and soothing.