This HND piece examines how clutter can affect one's health. Most of us know that hoarding can have awful effects, but it turns out that simple clutter can cause stress, and even depression.
We quote expert Peter Walsh, who identifies "Memory" clutter—stuff that reminds us of important events, and "Someday" clutter—items you won't toss because you feel you might need them someday. During his years of helping people get their possessions organized, Walsh noticed that his clients would improve other aspects of their lives, as well. In fact, he was able to tie this into losing weight, and wrote a book on the subject.
For the stuff that we do need to keep, an up-and-coming supplier of home storage and organizational products in highlighted.
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