Let me help you free yourself from the overwhelming stress clutter causes for so many of us
Having a cluttered house doesn’t mean you are lazy
It doesn’t mean you are dirty
It may mean you feel stressed and or deperessed
Clutter has a profound affect on our mood and self-esteem.
UCLA’s Center on Everyday Lives and Families conducted a study on how middle-class Americans use the space in their homes and interact with the things they accumulate over a lifetime.
A link between high cortisol (stress hormone) levels in female home owners and a high density of household objects.The more stuff, the more stress women feel. Men, on the other hand, don’t seem bothered by mess, which accounts for tensions between tidy wives and their clutter bug hubbies.
Women associate a tidy home with a happy and successful family. The more dishes that pile up in the sink, the more anxious women feel.
Even families that want to reduce clutter often are emotionally paralyzed when it comes to sorting and pitching objects. They either can’t break sentimental attachments to objects or believe their things have hidden monetary value.
With my gentle non-judmental discreet one to one coaching we can together create the home you and your family deserve