|Description||Has clutter taken over your house in Lancaster, PA? When you do not have anymore space on your desk for your current paperwork, continue to run into things as you go from room to room or just can't stand looking at those overflowing shelves of books any longer, it may be time for a clutter crash course.
Clutter is sneaky. It invades our lives a little at a time while we barely notice there's an issue. Until one day opening a closet is a challenge as things come flying off the top. However it is a well known fact that the amount of clutter in your home is a good measure of how stressed you feel. Getting rid of clutter is often a great way to turn over a new leaf. So how do you get started?
Start small. List the spaces with the most mess in your house. Begin with the worst room. Take a look at the room. What things don't belong? Give yourself a half hour and round up things that do not need to be in that room and decide whether to move them where they should be or place them in a box to decide later. Once you finish your half hour round, assess the space once more. Does the space feel larger, brighter and more inviting?
Next, look over the furnishings in the room. Are there too many items? Is the furniture in the space too big? Think about relocating extra pieces and substituting smaller, more useful pieces. Can't bear to eliminate your mother's intricate china closet or that family trunk? Don't decide now.
Look for Lancaster, PA storage facilities. You might locate moderately priced storage facilities in Lancaster, Pennsylvania that can safely hold extra furnishings, holiday decor items, outdoor furniture and a whole lot more. Try this exercise for all the spaces in your house in the coming weeks. Work on a single space each time and you'll get a great jump on getting rid of clutter and feeling less stressed.
|Created||23 May 2016|
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