For Honey’s top tips on decluttering your life, watch our video.
Busy lives, materialism and disposability can combine with competing demands to clutter our physical and mental environments. Psychologist Honey Langcaster-James shares her thoughts on the benefits of decluttering.
According to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, filling our homes with clutter can lead to lower quality sleep.
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57% of homeowners feel stressed due to the amount of clutter in their lives
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Clutter creates and harbours dust and that can contain some real nasties that can make us unwell, including bits of human skin, animal fur, decomposing insects, food debris, lint and organic fibres from clothes, bedding and other fabrics, tracked-in soil, soot, particulate matter from smoking and cooking, and disturbingly, lead, arsenic and even DDT!
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Honey Langcaster-James is a psychologist and psychotherapist who has worked across radio and television helping clients transform their lives. Honey is well-versed in the damage our cluttered lives can create and how to unlock the benefits of a good clear out.