The Choosi Clutter Report looks at Australian’s habits and attitudes towards clutter. The report is part of a research series that aims to explore the key barriers and drivers behind the financial and social behaviours in today’s consumer society.
You’ll see some techniques you’re already using and find a few that you can easily implement in your daily life.
Use this as a toolbox of techniques and choose those that are most feasible and effective for you.
What distracts you the most? Take stock of your distractions and make a plan to deal with them. It may seem simple enough to identify them and they’re usually related to technology. But for the purposes of really uncovering the distractors that hound you, we’ll need to make a slightly deeper analysis.
Here are 15 ruthless questions to help you declutter. The tough part of decluttering is deciding what should stay, if you want to maximise your time and space. Ultimately, you have to be honest and a bit merciless.
Many studies have concluded that physical clutter creates stress and that decluttering is life changing! You don’t have to become a minimalist to become an amazing manifester but everything in your life should bring you joy because you’re worth it.
Clutter clearing will help you to become more organised. Instead of taking time to look for missing objects, often leading you to be late for work or school, your time can be spent in a more useful manner when you have a place for everything and everything is in its place. Your time will be more productive.
There are a number of reasons why people tend to delay. One of the most common reasons is not having a good time management plan. Sometimes it seems like human nature to put things off when we are not sure what we need to do and when we need to do it. At times, having a large number of tasks at hand, but without a positive framework in which to do them, can feel quite overwhelming. In many instances this can result in getting nothing done at all.
When preparing for the perfect closet, your goal is to come up with a system that will allow you to maintain the de-cluttered space with minimal effort, while allowing you to make the most of your space, time, and wardrobe
Fun Fact: It can take hours for even a professional to organise even a closet in your home, yet because it is shown in fast motion on television, most people think that this can be done in a half an hour!
These are the eight steps to form the decluttering habit. Simply follow the steps and determine the best time to perform your habit, and you’ll quickly add this routine to your day.