What does clutter have to do with relationships?
Valentine’s Day is all about love and relationships with those around us.
Let’s talk about how clutter and dis-organization might be affecting your spouse, partner, family, room-mates, or friends.
First, there is the stress, strain, and arguments that can happen when 2 people have opposing views. One likes streamlined spaces and the other is good with having things out and around them, or boxed up in storage. Arriving at a compromise can take work from both sides.
Second, there is the embarrassment about clutter when thinking of inviting friends or extended family over for a visit. Dis-organization can cause overwhelm at the thought of all that would need to be done before a visitor arrives.
Third, a cluttered space makes it a challenge to do a thorough cleaning. The health of everyone in the space could be affected by dust and bacteria.
Lastly, there is the procrastination that takes place in a cluttered space. Maybe you want to do something for your loved one, but there isn’t the space, or it would take all your energy to get it accomplished. Something like baking that special cake will have to wait again.
It’s never too late to change your situation.
Stop the arguments, stress, and embarrassment by getting and staying organized!
Give me a call to chat about it. Bev Chandler at 306-536-8844. www.ccorganizing.ca
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