2020 is FINALLY coming to a close, and it’s a good time to reflect on the past year and set goals for a new one. If this past year taught us anything, it’s that we are capable of so much more than we ever thought we were. So what are your goals for 2021?
For most people, healthier lifestyles and weight loss are at the top of the list of New Year’s Resolutions. If you are thinking about adopting a healthier lifestyle, don’t forget to think outside your body….
Your home and the environment you live in plays a large part in your overall health. Studies show that excess clutter increases stress, decreases productivity, and costs you more time and money in the long run.
- Clutter increases the time it takes to accomplish household chores by 40%
- 25% of people can’t park a single car in a 2 car garage
- We spend on average 55 minutes a day searching for lost items
- We spend an average of $2.7 BILLION per year replacing lost items – things we know we have but can’t find, or things we forgot we had and buy again
- We spend an average of $154 billion per year on storage units, and there are more storage units in the US than the number of McDonalds and Starbucks locations COMBINED
- We typically only wear or use 20% of the items in our home/closet.
And these are just a few of the staggering statistics about clutter.
If it’s a goal of yours to lead a more organized, clutter-free life in 2021, here are a few easy habits that can make your goal a reality.
By making these simple changes in your daily routine, you will definitely have less clutter in your life!
If you need a little more direction in dealing with your clutter, or some help in overcoming the mental blocks that are standing between you and the organized space you desire, my Sort, Organize & Simplify Master Class might be perfect for you!
In this 4-week, self-paced virtual class, you will learn everything you need to know to organize any space in your home! You will get access to our private Facebook group where we will have weekly Zoom Q/A sessions, before and after pictures, and group discussion and celebration of your accomplishments! You will also receive 2 one-on-one virtual sessions with me to dive deeper into any room or project you want extra help with!
Class starts on Jan. 7, and there is limited enrollment. Click here for more information!
Whatever your goals for 2021, I urge you to write them down and set a date for accomplishment. Put them out there in the world, and find an accountability buddy to help you stick to it. If we can make it through 2020, we can do anything, so no goal is too big or small! Above all, I wish you an abundance of health and happiness in the coming year!