The Cost of Clutter
How much is your Clutter costing you?
Attriniti’s Definition of Clutter:
Anything in your home(office), head, or heart, that gets between you and the life you want to be living.
The average American spends one year of his or her life looking for lost or misplaced items, according to the National Association of Professional Organizers.
Get rid of the clutter and you will eliminate as much as 40% of the housework in an average home.
Close to 25% of Americans pay bills late and incur fees because we have lost the statements.
25% of people living in the United States with two-car garages can’t even get their cars in there because they are storing their junk instead.
At home exercise: Calculate the square footage taken up by clutter in your home then multiply by the current per square foot value of your house.
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