As more and more millennials are swooping in to lease smaller houses and apartments, many are struggling to find a place for their belongings. We have all this stuff but nowhere to put it.
Not only can clutter have negative effects on the property, but it can also affect the mind. Despite one’s best intentions, piles of “stuff” can take up valuable territory — physically and even emotionally.
Besides the lack of ample square footage, there are reasons why clutter seems to take over. Reasons like an inability to let go or throw away things, impulse shopping, a lack of an organizational routine and the uncertainty of what constitutes clutter are all red flags that you may have a clutter issue. When the lease or contract is finally signed on your new home, it’s important to analyze your living style and determine how the physical space can help, not work against you. To learn more about the psychological effects of clutter and what you can do to combat it, check out our resource below!