What are the "clutter zones" of your home? And how much clutter can you tolerate on a weekly basis? What effect is clutter having on your brain on a daily basis?
Risa Williams and Erica Curtis clean-up connotations associated with cleaning and getting organized in this special Brain Boost episode called: Fall Organization. Fall can be a busy a time with school starting again, upcoming holiday arrangements, and other things that might start piling onto our to-do lists.
They coin a new term together, "clutter tolerance," to explain how each of us is different in how much clutter we can look at before it starts to stress us out.
How do we keep our home feeling calm in a psychological way during this season? Learn some tools and tricks to see the fun in getting things organized, so you can have more time to do the things you really want to do this Fall.
Tools discussed: Clutter Zones and Cleaning Principles (Risa's tools), Contained Clutter (Erica's tool), and the idea of "just one thing," "clutter tolerance," and "just do it for ten minutes" (Erica and Risa's combined tools).
Hosts: Risa Williams, risawilliams.com, @risawilliamstherapy.
Erica Curtis, therapywitherica.com, @ericakcurtis.
For info on books, workshops, guests, and future episodes, please visit: risawilliams.com.
*All tools discussed on the show are meant for educational purposes only and not as a replacement for therapy or medical advice.