A cluttered house makes for a cluttered mind. At least that’s the consensus. The truth is, if you want to start to declutter your home, motivation to do so is necessary.
While most people tend to have a little clutter somewhere in their homes, there are those that have rooms stuffed to the brim with things they think they might use someday, things they never use or stuff they are hesitant to discard. This leaves whole areas of their houses unusable for what they are intended for.
Clutter on any level can be extremely overwhelming, causing stress. While you may think this would be enough to get anyone motivated to start getting rid of the clutter, the truth is, many people don’t know how to get started, and end up discouraged.