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Unlocking the Power of Organization: Celebrate World Organising Day

Declutter and organize your home for a healthier, happier life. Explore the positive impact of organization on mental and physical well-being, reducing stress and creating a calm living environment. Join us in celebrating WOD and embrace the benefits of a clutter-free home.

World Organising Day (WOD) is fast approaching! WOD is celebrated on May 20th every year to encourage people to declutter and organise their homes. While it may seem mundane, a good decluttering and organising session can improve the environment and quality of life for everyone in your home. 

Often a cluttered and disorganised home can lead to feelings of stress, anxiety, and overwhelm that can then affect other areas of your life. Can’t remember where you left your keys? Sick of the piles of junk that inevitably seem to pile up on your bench? Are you often buying things you think you need only to find them hidden in the back of a drawer? 

Don’t worry we’ve all been there. A disorganised home can create a sense of instability and can cost not only your sanity but be a blight on the hip pocket as well. So, how can organising your home have a positive impact on your mental and physical health? 

Well, studies have shown that an organised home can create a positive mood, reduce stress, and decrease overwhelm. A cluttered home usually means a cluttered mind as each item in your home carries with it a mental load and financial load, the less stuff you have in your home the less time you need to spend putting it away, cleaning it, having it repaired etc. Additionally, an organised home can improve sleep quality, which is essential for good mental health.

The physical health benefits of an uncluttered home are just as important. A poorly organised and clutter-filled home can become a breeding ground for dust, mould, and other allergens, which can lead to respiratory problems. Organising, decluttering and cleaning your home regularly can reduce the risk of these health issues and create a healthier living environment and it doesn’t have to be an overwhelming task. 

Here are a couple of tips to get you started: 

  1. Start with one room at a time and work in sections.
  2. Always ensure a section is complete before moving on to the next, this will ensure you always know where you left off. 
  3. Only keep the things in your home that make you feel happy. If a dress comes with a sense of guilt or regret then it’s time to sell it, gift it to a friend or donate it. 

World Organising Day is an essential reminder of the positive impact that organising your home can have on your mental and physical health. By taking the time to declutter and organise, you can create a sense of calm and control in your life, reduce stress and anxiety, and improve your overall well-being. 

So, take some time to organise your home today and reap the benefits of a healthier and happier life!



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