What is the big deal with cleaning? Why is it so important to have a clean and organised house? How will a disorganized place affect my job and mental health? This article will talk about that and help you better understand the importance of a clean and tidy place.
We all know that Spring is just right the corner and lots of people are cleaning their houses and getting their lives in order in advance of the good weather. But cleaning the house can also take a lot of time, and if you are a busy person, this task can be pretty annoying. Since Covid 19 started, almost 90% of people are working from home. It doesn’t matter what your profession; at the end of the day, a clean house is essential to mental health, which will directly impact your job, for good or worst.
When you are disorganized, many things creep up on you that you never intended, and things get out of hand. So instead of having a place for everything and everything in place, what happens is stuff starts creeping into piles. Stuff gets left around, and stuff gets strewn about. And then what happens is your efficiency and productivity go downhill because when you need something, you can’t find it. And we all hate when that happens!
When you are disorganised, there’s a tendency to be constantly frustrated. Frustrated because you can’t find everything you need, frustrated because somewhere in the back of your head, you know you need to stop and put stuff away; and you haven’t done it yet. Then comes this guilt trip that gets tackled on top of the frustration and the anxiety that comes with being cluttered and disorganised and living in a messy room/house.
So what is so essential in cleaning and being organised? Can we just say everything? It is so important. It is a way to live that creates systems that make your life easier and effortless.