At ReclaimYou we believe clutter to be anything that threatens your time energy and relationships. But the fact of the matter is this, clutter affects so much more.
Is it taking a toll on relationships? Are you embarrassed to have friends and loved ones over?
Clutter is built around psychological components like impulses, sentiment/memories, fear, guilt or even hope. However, clutter feeds the negative self-talk loops you play to yourself, which raises your cortisol levels.
When you learn how to process some of the internal clutter, be that mental or emotional, you'll develop a greater bandwidth to be able to see and control the external or physical clutter in your life.
With this, we then find endorphins in all the right places, which helps lower our stress hormone cortisol and we find a sense of peace and balance in our lives.
Clutter truly can make us unwell physically, mentally and emotionally.
Is that a price you're willing to pay?