How Can Organization Improve Your Health, Safety and Happiness

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Oct 27, 2015

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According to Newsweek magazine, The average American spends over 55 minutes looking for things we cannot find. What would you do with an extra hour every day? There are numerous ways to improve your life through organizing your home.

Increased Productivity By eliminating the time you spend on worrying and trying to find things, you spend more time on the things that are really important.

Saved Money - No more losing money on buying duplicate items, impulse buying, unnecessary trips to the store and late fees from forgotten or lost bills. In fact, many people actually find uncashed checks, gift cards or money they forgot they had!

Improved Health A clutter-free space frees up emotional and physical burdens that have been carried for way too long. Anxiety goes away when things are easy to find and you may even find yourself sleeping more restfully.

Safer, More Spacious Environment Relocating items that block walkways and put unnecessary strain on your body eliminates safety hazards and opens up your living areas. It is surprising how much more space you actually have when your belongings are organized with well labeled, proper containers.

Happier Relationships - This is a big one!Organization offers a stress-free way to stay on top of all your commitments to the people in your life. Family members especially feel a great relief knowing your space is de-cluttered, well organized and safe. You will feel proud to invite people over!

Peace and Flow With the feeling of overwhelm gone, imagine actually enjoying being in your home environment. Having the right home for everything will help you feel much more relaxed and in control of your life.

The small investment of time and money upfront it takes to get organized will last you for years to come. Doesnt your life deserve to be as healthy, safe, productive and stress-free as possible? Dont waste another day in chaos. The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Lao Tzu

Editors note: The Author, Cheryl Chandler, is a Professional Organizer experienced in handling the needs of Seniors. Please call her at (801) 759-1195 for a FREE 15 minute Phone Consultation.

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