Decluttering your home
isn't always fun is never fun, but it's something we should all do at least once a year. Hometown has put together a useful infographic to help streamline the decluttering process. We've provided a list of resources and useful tips to help get your home clutter-free in no time.
It's important to keep your home free and clear of clutter for several reasons, including the fact it's good for you mental and physical health. A clean, organized home does wonders to relieve day-to-day stress and the stresses of a busy workday -- nothing worse than coming home from a busy workday only find a trashed home.
A messy home also increases the risk of falls in the home. Falls account for more in-home deaths (33%) than any other reason, according to the National Center for Healthy Housing. A clutter-free home reduces this risk significantly. Here's how to get started: