Top 5 benefits of decluttering

Thanks to people like Stacey Solomon and shows like The Home Edit and Marie Kondo, decluttering and organising is beginning to become more mainstream.


You've probably heard for many years, your grandparents or parents talking about doing a 'Spring Clean'

This time of year is synonymous with fresh starts, clean spaces and a sense of freedom and light.


But why wait until Spring? And why give yourself the mammoth task of cleaning and organising your entire house once a year?


Decluttering and organising your home is just the start. The feeling of accomplishment, of head space, of calmness that you get once your home is organised is worth its weight in gold.

If you can't or don't want to do the decluttering yourself, then why not look into a Professional Organiser.


I've listed below my top 5 benefits of decluttering your home. Hopefully this will give you some motivation:

1) Less Frustrations

I don't know about you, but if I can't open a drawer because it's too full, or open a cupboard without things falling out, it really frustrates me! The trouble is, if we just keep shoving things into spaces without taking the time to declutter first, you'll quickly run out of space and have no idea what is actually lurking underneath all of that clutter.


By decluttering and organising, everything will have it's place. Your cupboards, drawers and living area's will be less frustrating and you'll be able to see where things are easily.


Imagine opening that drawer and having it all arranged neatly, wouldn't that be nice!


2) Easier to clean

Second on my list, but oh so important; decluttering your space makes it far easier and far quicker to clean.

Think of it this way, instead of having cluttered surfaces that you constantly have to move things off to clean, they will be clear.

Your floor won't be permanently covered in things because you'll have the space for your belongings to live where they should - on shelves, in cupboards or on display.


There will also be less dust which is better for anyone who suffers from allergies or asthma because there are less things collecting dust. Winning!


3) Saves Time

Coming in at number 3, you will save yourself a lot of time as it will be easier to find things.

When you've decluttered your spaces and everything has it's place, it's far easier to put things back where they live, and therefore easier to find things because you know exactly where to look.


I'm sure I'm not alone in that gut wrenching feeling when you can't find something. Particularly if you're in a hurry and you don't have the time to be rummaging around drawers, bags and cupboards looking for your keys or your purse.


Organising your home means no more searching around for hours looking for things you can't find!


4) Improved Relationships

I know you might not immediately be able to see where I'm getting at here with the correlation between decluttering your home and your relationship with those you live with, but there can be a huge profound effect.

By living with less frustrations in your home and having the space to think and the space to breath, your relationships have a chance to blossom. When you walk into a room and it's full of clutter and mess, it can cause you immediate stress so eliminating this can work wonders on the mood of everyone in the household.


5) Improved Mental Health

A cluttered home is known to be detrimental to our mental health.

I know from my own experience of living with anxiety for many years, that an organised, calm space has such a positive effect on my headspace.

Decluttering your space is just the beginning, why not try it for yourself and see the positive effect it can have on your mental health.



So there we have it, my top 5 reasons for decluttering and organising your home.

Feel inspired but don't know where to start? Book me in for a free consultation. I'd love to help!


Marianne x







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