You read it right: A spot of spring-cleaning will not only make you happier, but it’ll make you richer, too.
De-cluttering your home has a range of health and social benefits, from increasing productivity and lowering stress to helping you feel happier. What’s more, a good old tidy is proven to help your finances, adding value to your home and increasing its appeal to potential buyers.
Despite these benefits, a recent poll revealed that many of us shy away from the big spring clean, choosing to live in a cluttered and disorderly home rather than tackle their hovel head on.
Not only is this bad for your health and well being, it could have an impact on your finances, too.
If you live among mess and are struggling to find a solution, fear not, as we’re here to impart some top tips on how to run a shipshape and ever-so tidy home.
From getting serious about what and not to throw in the trash to swapping your furniture for a space-saving alternative complete with hidden hidey-holes, we explore how your cluttered home is affecting your health and finances, and what you can do to stop it.
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