Can cutting Clutter change your life?

“Every time you pass a pile of clutter it puts pressure on the brain, causing small but regular doses of stress.”

Clutter is the sock that belongs in an upstairs drawer but has been on the kitchen radiator for two weeks because you’re waiting to see if the second sock turns up.

Every time you see it, something inside you groans. That’s your brain, having a stress episode. Tidy the sock and your brain will find something else to stress about.  Writes Eleanor Flegg (The Irish Independent)  in conversation with Emma Webb


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