Clutter is stressful. I don’t know about you, but disorganization is overwhelming to me. I hate not being able to find things, and I hate how being disorganized can waste valuable time and money.
Alison Kero came by the show to ensure me that my feelings weren’t just my OCD’s flaring up. Clutter and disorganization is a real problem and Alison is an expert on this topic. She is a decluttering expert and has discovered that clutter contributes to anxiety, depression, weight gain, financial troubles, and sleep issues.
Clutter and disorganization doesn’t have to reach the level popularized by reality television known as “hoarding” for it to reach a stage of concern. Alison has come to the realization that it went much further than just having “too much stuff”. There were basic life skills that were being ignored and these skills ensure a happier, healthier, more productive life when they are used on a daily basis.
Listen in as we discuss:
- How she helped a client find hundreds of dollars in five years worth of mail.
- Some of the reasons that people don’t get organized.
- What ways we can correct our mindset about getting organized that will actually help us get organized.
- Why when life feels chaotic is actually the best time to start decluttering.
- How clutter and being disorganized actually affects your health.
- The shocking economic costs for being disorganized.
- Some of the emotions that come along with being disorganized.
- Her take on the philosophy of being a minimalist.
- Who’s the better of the two sexes at organization, and
- What to do if your partner is the problem.
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Thank you Alison for being on the show!