Happy Friday: Spring Cleaning

Winter may have only felt like 3 days for us Floridians, but spring cleaning is still a must. As extra motivation, we've provided the mental benefits of decluttering the place we all like to go to rejuvinate: home 🏑 


πŸ“Œ   Working and living in an organized environment allows you to perform takes more quickly as you can easily recall where things are. 

πŸ“Œ   Researchers at the University of Minnesota found that individuals in a clean setting are more likely to eat healthy and to be generous (Tidy Desk). 

πŸ“Œ   MRI scans display that clutter can make it difficult for the brain to process information to fully focus on necessary tasks (Alban, 2017). 


If you can find what you need when you need it, are happy in your space, and don’t feel like your clutter is getting in your way, you are sufficiently well organized.
— Julie Morgenstern, Author of Organizing from the Inside Out


It's an uphill battle for everyone, but there is no better time to start than right now and no better place to be than right here.  Spring cleaning is in the air πŸ’


Alban, D. (2017, March 07). Declutter Your Life for Less Stress, Better Mental Health. Retrieved April 06, 2017, from https://bebrainfit.com/declutter-stress-health/

Tidy Desk or Messy Desk? Each Has Its Benefits. (n.d.). Retrieved April 06, 2017, from http://www.psychologicalscience.org/news/releases/tidy-desk-or-messy-desk-each-has-its-benefits.html#.WOZ98xLysdU