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How Getting Organized Can Make You Happier & Healthier When piles of laundry, dirty dishes and clutter start to get out of hand, it can be tough to get out from underneath the mess. Studies say that people who live in homes that are disorganized and cluttered have a much higher level of cortisol, the stress hormone. As we know, stress can be a contributor to anxiety and depression. Feeling overwhelmed in your own home can make everyday life frustrating and uncomfortable. When you are dealing with an overwhelming mess and a constant lack of organization, it can have a detrimental effect on your level of productivity. Your sleep, your diet and your overall health can be affected. Taking time for yourself and taking care of your mental and physical health are the most important things in your life. Whether you hire a professional organizer or take some time in your own home for some online therapy, getting your life and your home organized and neatened up can have a positive impact on many different areas of your life. Productivity When your workspace is a mess, even if you don’t work at home, it can reduce your productivity. Studies show that a neat and organized workspace can help increase the amount of work you can get done in a day by over 40%. To help you achieve more tasks during your day you can try setting out a daily schedule. At the end of each work day, go through your work and make a list of the tasks that will need to be completed the next day. This will help you to plan out your time more efficiently and set an order of priority to your tasks. Better Diet If your kitchen is in a constant state of disarray, it can be tough to let your culinary creativity shine. With a clean and organized kitchen you can let your yourself get back to experimenting with the foods that you love. More often than not, when your kitchen is a mess you are likely to call for less than nutritious take out than try to make something in your kitchen. Dealing with clutter and kitchen messes can also increase your stress levels forcing you to desire those comfort foods that are tough on your diet. Sleep Better Falling asleep when you are thinking about all of the unfinished tasks around your house can be close to impossible. When you have not been productive through your day due to a lack of organization you can have higher residual levels of cortisol in your system, leaving you stressed. Once you get organized and create a calming space inside your bedroom you will find it easier to fall asleep. Outfitting your bed with freshly laundered sheets can help you sleep better and longer, renewing your body and mind for the challenges of the next day. Happier Relationships Clutter and a lack of organization can cause tension between couples or roommates. When you are dealing with constant clutter or even a hoarding issue, you may also be battling depression. Shame and anxiety about the mess in your home can make you want to put unwanted distance between you and your loved ones. Get yourself and your home tidied up and enjoy the love and affection that you really deserve. Conclusion What might seem like just a habit of being a bit messy can actually be negatively affecting many parts of your life. Get some help and inspiration from a life coach or professional organizer. Whatever you need to do to start getting yourself on track will benefit you with great returns in the other important areas of your life.
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How Getting Organized Can Make You Happier & Healthier When piles of laundry, dirty dishes and clutter start to get out of hand, it can be tough to get out from underneath the mess. Studies say that people who live in homes that are disorganized and cluttered have a much higher level of cortisol, the stress hormone. As we know, stress can be a contributor to anxiety and depression. Feeling overwhelmed in your own home can make everyday life frustrating and uncomfortable. When you are dealing with an overwhelming mess and a constant lack of organization, it can have a detrimental effect on your level of productivity. Your sleep, your diet and your overall health can be affected. Taking time for yourself and taking care of your mental and physical health are the most important things in your life. Whether you hire a professional organizer or take some time in your own home for some online therapy, getting your life and your home organized and neatened up can have a positive impact on many different areas of your life. Productivity When your workspace is a mess, even if you don’t work at home, it can reduce your productivity. Studies show that a neat and organized workspace can help increase the amount of work you can get done in a day by over 40%. To help you achieve more tasks during your day you can try setting out a daily schedule. At the end of each work day, go through your work and make a list of the tasks that will need to be completed the next day. This will help you to plan out your time more efficiently and set an order of priority to your tasks. Better Diet If your kitchen is in a constant state of disarray, it can be tough to let your culinary creativity shine. With a clean and organized kitchen you can let your yourself get back to experimenting with the foods that you love. More often than not, when your kitchen is a mess you are likely to call for less than nutritious take out than try to make something in your kitchen. Dealing with clutter and kitchen messes can also increase your stress levels forcing you to desire those comfort foods that are tough on your diet. Sleep Better Falling asleep when you are thinking about all of the unfinished tasks around your house can be close to impossible. When you have not been productive through your day due to a lack of organization you can have higher residual levels of cortisol in your system, leaving you stressed. Once you get organized and create a calming space inside your bedroom you will find it easier to fall asleep. Outfitting your bed with freshly laundered sheets can help you sleep better and longer, renewing your body and mind for the challenges of the next day. Happier Relationships Clutter and a lack of organization can cause tension between couples or roommates. When you are dealing with constant clutter or even a hoarding issue, you may also be battling depression. Shame and anxiety about the mess in your home can make you want to put unwanted distance between you and your loved ones. Get yourself and your home tidied up and enjoy the love and affection that you really deserve. Conclusion What might seem like just a habit of being a bit messy can actually be negatively affecting many parts of your life. Get some help and inspiration from a life coach or professional organizer. Whatever you need to do to start getting yourself on track will benefit you with great returns in the other important areas of your life.
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