An article by Julie McCormick titled How to Declutter Your Life and Reduce Stress at www.lifehack.com, lead Rusty Jones of Jones Vacuum Center and Portable Buildings in Walterboro, SC to the realization that his storage shed business helped customers in more way’s than he thought. If one of your New Years’ resolutions was to declutter your life and relive stress in 2015, Jones Vacuum Center and Portable Buildings should be on your short list of resolution implementations.
Excessive clutter is often a symptom and a cause of stress and can affect every facet of your life, from the time it takes you to do things to your finances and your overall enjoyment of life. Clutter can distract you, weigh you down, and in general it invites chaos into your life. Often times, however, tackling the clutter can seem an insurmountable task if you don’t know where or how to start. By devoting a little of your time to getting rid of the clutter in your life and maintaining things relatively clutter-free , you’ll reap the rewards of pleasing living areas, reduced stress, and a more organized and productive existence.
The best way to tackle the decluttering of your home, your work space, and your life is to take things one small step at a time. Combined, small steps will lead to big improvements that will be easier to maintain over the long-run. Here is a blueprint of how to start tackling that clutter and enjoying a less stressful life:
Outside of work, home is where many of a bulk of our time. So it’s no wonder that a messy house can add to daily stress.
Simply your rooms. If your rooms are too cluttered, you’ll want to simplify them. Start by clearing off anything that is on the floors. Throw out or donate unused things. After clearing the floor, move to flat surfaces such as countertops, shelves, tops of dressers, etc. Clear them as much as possible, and then move onto furniture. Consider if you need everything . Sort things in piles – toss, donate, or keep. Organize everything that you’ve decided to keep into drawers, cabinets, and closets, keeping them out of sight, but still neatly organized and uncluttered. Do this one room at a time.
Tackle the closets. Closets are a great place to store things that you don’t want out in the open, and can easily become a place where you shove things just to keep them out of view. Go through your closets – take everything out, clean it, and toss , donate as much as you can. Decided a specific place to store anything you decide to keep. Keep only the things that you love and use frequently. As for your clothes, get rid of anything that you haven’t worn in six months.
Clean out your drawers. Drawers are prime place for things to get shoved into. Empty out your drawers, and sorting them by whether you’re keeping, tossing, or donating them.
For those items that you’re just not ready to toss out but don’t wan’t to clutter your home with, a Graceland Portable Building from Jones Vacuum Center and Portable Buildings might be the perfect fit for you as you declutter your life in the new year. Before your consider renting at a storage facility in the Low County in South Carolina and surrounding areas including Charleston, Hilton Head, Summerville, St. George, visit Jones Vacuum Center to see how affordable it is to own, rent or rent to own your very own storage shed that you can keep on your property.