Is hiring Professional Organizer relevant during the pandemic?​

Updated: Oct 29, 2020

Research has shown that physical clutter affects our brain’s ability to concentrate and process information. Neuroscientists at Princeton University found that physical clutter in your surroundings competes for your attention, resulting in decreased performance and increased stress. 


A study by UCLA’s Center on Everyday Lives and Families (CELF) explored the relationship between 32 families and the thousands of objects in their homes and concluded that clutter has a strong effect on mood and self-esteem. The study found that the amount of stress the families experienced at home was directly proportional to the amount of stuff they possessed. 


Citations:


McMains S, Kastner S. (2011). Interactions of Top-Down and Bottom-Up Mechanisms in Human Visual Cortex.The Journal Of Neuroscience, 31(2), pp.587-597.


Arnold, J.E., Graesch, A.P., Ragazzini, E., Ochs, E. (2012, July).Life at Home in the Twenty-First Century: 32 Families Open Their Doors. Los Angeles, CA: The Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press




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