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It has been scientifically proven that clutter makes it more difficult to relax, both physically and mentally. During a season in which we spend most of our time indoors, it’s time to get rid of the clutter that has been piling up for the last couple of months. We’ll help you on your way!

Home is supposed to be your most comfortable place to feel at ease, but being surrounded with clutter prevents you from reaching ultimate relaxation. The appearance of clutter cues to our brain that our work is never done and makes us restless. Whether it’s an overflowing drawer in the kitchen, leftover toys from your kids or a disorganised wardrobe; they are all nuisances that get on our nerves.

Taking the time to organize your home is a great way to start the indoor season. Decluttering reduces stress, improves your focus and gives you a sense of accomplishment. The act of tidying can also be spiritual and healing. By getting rid of things that trigger negative memories and stress you create room for new experiences in your life.

Decluttering can be a bit overwhelming, especially if you don’t declutter on a regular basis. If you find it hard to throw away your belongings, it’s important to set some ground rules. If it’s something you don’t really use, need or you forgot about even having it in the first place, it probably no longer belongs in your home. Is something broken beyond repair or does it trigger negative emotions? It’s time to get rid of it. Consider donating items to charity when you no longer need them and they’re still in good condition, but don’t hesitate to simply throw things away when they can no longer serve their purpose.

Do you have many little keepsakes you want to hold on to? Store them in a storage box that doubles as a decoration for your home. Our new gift sets have been created in a way that you can easily re-use them. They’re perfect to store your favourite memories and add serenity to any room.

To keep your home organised after decluttering, try to find a system that’s easy to maintain. Make sure that you are aware of what you have and ensure that all of your possessions have their own place. It prevents your from accumulating more clutter and helps you to find things when you’re in a hurry. Make tidying a part of your daily ritual, so you home can be the best place to escape from the rush of everyday life.

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