A recent study reported by Scientific American found that between five million and 14 million people in the United States are compulsive hoarders. That's a lot of junk sitting around in homes, garages, and storage units. Because of the popular show Hoarders, many people believe they have been consumed by the need to collect junk and leave it around their house. In reality, a cluttered space can often be cleaned up by simply organizing the spaces in our homes.
When you see the sixth example on our list you'll quickly realize that you don't have to hop over random objects to climb into bed after a long day of work. We've found bedrooms, kitchens, bathrooms, playrooms, garages, and other rooms in peoples' homes that went from completely cluttered to clean and spacious. If you need some motivation to get cleaning, this should do the trick.
A Desk Mess With A Quick Fix
Here's a fun test to try out on your own. If you have a really messy desk, clean up the clutter and then sit down and do some work. You'll be amazed how much a clean office space can increase your productivity. Sometimes you just need to get rid of old junk and other times a quick shuffle of where you place things in your office will do the trick. This person relied on professional services from KW Professional Organizers. What can we say, some people are awesome at cleaning up their own space and others need all of the expert help they can get.