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OnTarget Consulting Services, LLC

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What Is meant by Declutter? Clutter is anything that doesn't belong in a space -- whether because it belongs elseewhere in your home or it doesn't belong in your home any longer. The primary goal is to remove things you do not need from a place, in order to make it more pleasant and more useful.


1. It clears your mind and increases productivity.

A cluttered space is distracting and makes one less productive. Simply put, a cluttered space complicates your daily tasks.

2. Cleaning and organizing reduce anxiety.

Without a feeling of being in order, we can sometimes become anxious. Feelings of anxiety can be relieved by order as can be observed in people with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.* For people who obsessively clean, organize, or count things, the behaviors of cleaning, organizing, or counting make anxiety sufferers feel (temporarily) calmer.

3. Decluttering is energizing.

This is related to the first point. When you make a series of quick decisions (and therefore solve a series of problems), you put yourself into getting-things-done mode. When you do this, you're likely to find that you feel energized enough to start ticking other things off your to-do list.

4. Decluttering can reduce family anxiety and tension.

Clutter places stress on the household and, likewise, the family. For example, if you are running late for an appointment that is already stressful, doing so in the midst of trying to find your car key would add to an already stressful situation. Decluttering can lessen this stress.

5. It can free up your time.

A clutter-free home can assist you in locating everyday items without the hassle of searching through piles of extraneous items. With a clutter-free space, you can find a place to store your everyday items (purse, wallet, keys, phone) in a place such as a drawer.

6. Decluttering creates a sense of confidence and self-efficacy (seeing yourself as competent).

Decluttering leverages your decision-making and problem-solving skills. Being able to determine with speed if something is worth keeping or getting rid of it enhances your decision making skills and thus raises your level of confidence.