Fast Fix: Living Rooms

How to Reduce Clutter to Reduce Stress

Clutter has been scientifically proven to raise stress levels. Follow these simple steps for a smarter, healthier and clutter-free home to help you feel more relaxed.

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Just Say No

"Step away from the sale rack." That's Ashley and husband Greg's best advice to keep your kitchen counters clean, giving you one less thing to stress about. "Just because it's the latest and greatest kitchen gadget doesn't mean it needs to take up space in your kitchen," they say. "Stick with the basics. This makes your kitchen a lot easier to organize and keep organized."

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