What’s the Connection Between Clutter and Depression?
While spring is a really wonderful time for many of us, it can also be hard for people struggling with feeling blue. NOTE: This episode is not for people who suffer from severe or clinical depression. This is for those times when you are feeling not so great, not so motivated and maybe a little sad.
Clutter can cause depression and depression can cause clutter. I say this almost every time I do a talk because I believe it is a very important to recognize.
Some reports might not agree with me, but you know I take a holistic view of clutter and inside clutter is affected by outside and vice versa, so I do believe clutter can negatively affect your mood. Clutter causes a general dampening of brain function, among other things, and sitting and being surrounded by clutter day in and day out doesn’t feel good.
In this video, I share tips for you to help alleviate feeling not so great and to support you in clearing clutter.
Certified life coach, author & award-winning professional life organizer Julie Coraccio shares steps and tips to support you in creating the life you choose, deserve and desire through decluttering your life, mindfulness and how to organize your life.
About Clearing the Clutter Inside & Out
Clutter is stuck stagnant energy and prevents you from creating the life you choose, desire and deserve. We discuss clutter in all its forms: energetic, spiritual, emotional, mental & physical, relationships, health, finances and more. We share tips and take action steps for clutter free living and how to organize your life. We’re thinking outside the box on areas where people might not realize where clutter is blocking them. When we remove clutter from our lives we can discover our passions, lead the extraordinary lives we are all meant to live and share our gifts with the world.