Having a clean home is a great feeling.


Have you seen my piece about Tidying Up with Marie Kondo? Cleaning and organizing our homes can bring a significant impact on our cheerfulness and performance. Plus, it makes you more productive! Having a clean home is a great feeling. A cluttered, messy environment can negatively affect one’s emotions and how one feels, thinks and acts.

What can we get if we clean the house regularly? Perhaps you need to read some of these reasons to change your mind.

Gain control of your physical health

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When some people feel overwhelmed or stressed out, they might try yoga, mindfulness, or even a massage. For others, giving the shelves a cloud of quick dust, wiping down the kitchen, or even organizing the closet is just as beneficial for their mental health. 

In fact, for some people, the simple sight of a clean and organized home can help them unwind and de-stress even after an overwhelming day. Here's a closer look at the impact of cleaning on your mental health, including the benefits of cleaning and how to incorporate a cleaning schedule into your life.

Elevating your concentration

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A more organized and clean house can lead to more production, according to a Princeton study. You’re less stressed and more focused without distractions from clutter and dirt. With the distraction, your mind can process at a faster pace.

If you're having trouble focusing on a project, you may want to try decluttering your workspace first. You might find that devoting just a few minutes to organizing your things and clearing away any mess may make it easier for you to concentrate and complete your work.

Save your time a lot

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Time is yet another positive effect of cleanliness. House cleaning might be a time investment, but it will help you save time and keep you organized. When you make cleaning part of your weekly routine, it’s more likely to get done. 

Suppose you’re just trying to keep things straight between visits from your maid service; schedule 15 minutes a day to tidy up. If you need a more in-depth clean, you’ll want to schedule a few hours. You can even choose which tasks you do on Suppose which days—for instance, schedule laundry for Monday or cleaning up the playroom for Tuesday.

Increasing social confidence

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If you have friends, family, or even friends of theirs you don’t know, it can be anxiety-inducing if you don’t have an impressively clean house! That confidence in your own house’s cleanliness when showing off your abode can transfer outside the home, too.

A kept house can lead to spark creativity. Maybe you’ll innovate your storage, think of new decor ideas, and envision a whole new furniture layout just by being able to see what’s there (and what isn’t)!

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