Science Agrees We Should All Make Like Marie Kondo And Declutter – 10 daily

It's clear that the cleaning phenomenon sweeping the world is actually really good for your home and your brain. "Decisional procrastinators" as he calls them, report that they have too much clutter, which interferes with their quality of life, and clutter, in turn, is the best predictor of procrastination. “We have found that clutter decreases your sense of home and it decreases your life satisfaction, ” Ferrari told Inverse. In fact, Ferrari says you should not even touch items you're trying to get rid of. “Experts say that once you touch an item, you’ve become personally attached to it, ” Ferrari explained.

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