Organization tips that work: staying organized and declutter your home in just 15 minutes now! No matter how many episodes of "Hoarders" you have seen, you still should not consider yourself a bad person if your home is filled with clutter. Clutter can accumulate in many ways: through laziness, neglect, a busy schedule that does not allow for regular cleaning, not enough space for the people living in the home, any number of reasons.
Yet, one truth that comes through on Hoarders and should give you pause is this: mental illness is usually behind every person that has so much stuff that they cannot move in their own home.
We trust that your home is not that bad at this point. If it is, you will need professional help in several areas, including the psychological realm. Nevertheless, even if you do not qualify as having a mental illness, there can be several psychological factors involved in your home clutter, which shouldn't surprise you or discourage you.
Here are a couple of issues behind home clutter, one or more of which might be true of you: Your home's interior reached a point where you could no longer keep up with the clutter and you waved the figurative white flag. No one has gotten hurt since you surrendered; no bills have been unpaid, so you have simply accepted defeat in regards to your clutter.
You will need to have a steely resolve to be able to apply the advice given in this e-book. You will have to take a deep breath and say to the world that you are not going to give up. Rather, you are going to do battle with your clutter and win, one small step at a time.
©2013 Yap Kee Chong (P)2013 Yap Kee Chong
"Brief & to the point"
Written in a succinct & concise manner & suitable for getting you in the mood. It's inspiring for the little and often method you may be seeking to implement. It steers clear of emotionally bullying and gives advice to seek professional help if the emotional content is deeply embedded.
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