“When your belongings are in their rightful place, you can reduce the overwhelming feeling of having to put everything away, which can then help you find things when you need them.”

While some people love to organize, others thin it is a chore. Many patients are surprised to hear the number of health benefits associated with an organized life.

According to WebMD, taking a few minutes to organize your space during a slump in your day can give you a much-needed energy boost. Allowing yourself to finish your day by getting your desk or workspace organized can help you work more efficiently the next day, and help you have peace of mind to relax at the end of the day.

Interestingly, a study from Psychological Science found people who are organized also have better-eating habits. Avoid snacking on junk food at their desk by keeping it free from clutter. It is more likely you might opt-in for an apple than that candy bar.  As we know, one good choice often leads to another!

Brushing up on your organizational skills can positively impact your sleep. This benefit is twofold.

A clutter-free space is more relaxing and invites rest. Additionally, being organized will prevent you from lying awake thinking about all the things to be done tomorrow.

This leads to the no brainer, being organized reduces stress. How many times are you in a rush but can’t find something you’re looking for? This sets a negative tone for the rest of the day. According to a study published in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, people with cluttered homes were depressed, fatigued, and had higher cortisol levels.

“Who would have thought tidying up

could improve your life, right?!”

“Save time! Get organized to allow you

to the things you’d rather be doing.”

Key Takeaways:

  • Benefits of organization
  • Feel the weightlessness
  • The psychology of clutter
  • The KonMari Method
  • Organization by category
  • Your closet
  • A great way to fold to add space and reduce wrinkling
  • Regular reorganization
  • Finding joy
  • Tackling the kitchen
  • The frig
  • Unseen clutter
  • Let it go
  • Decluttering mistakes to avoid
  • Mindset shifts
  • Surprise yourself with new finds

… additional Quotes:

“Knowing what you already have can also save you money! When you are organized, it is easy to over-purchase at the grocery store because you’ve forgotten what you already have.”

“When you are looking to make changes for better sleep, let’s begin assessing what may affect your sleep quality and cause restlessness.”



Author Dr. Robyn Benson Dr. Robyn Benson brings an innovative and game changing approach to today’s health care. Robyn offers the most advanced leading-edge therapies, procedures and products designed to renew restore and revive peoples’ health called ART (Amplified Regenerative Therapies). Dr. Robyn Benson, author, speaker, self-care and regenerative medicine expert is known by many to be THE health detective with life-changing solutions! She is the owner and founder of Santa Fe Soul Center for Regenerative Medicine for over 15 years. For the past 27 years, she’s applied her considerable knowledge of acupuncture, platelet rich plasma (PRP) therapy, Herbs, IV therapies and her love for healthy travel to help patients resolve acute and chronic health challenges and to achieve optimal and sustainable health. Dr. Benson is a graduate of the University of Virginia with a B.S. in Sports Medicine and a Master’s Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She is a board-certified in orthopedic and pediatric acupuncture.

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