We all know that simple is better, but how often do we actually follow that? According to recent research by Schick Intuition, the happiest mothers in Canada take active steps to simplify their lives.
Do you have a lot of clutter around your house? I Know I do. Old t-shirts from high school, knick knacks from travel, it all adds up so quickly! I know, it’s seriously time to declutter my life. But how do I go about doing that?
Schick intuition is there to help us!
The new Schick intuition was tested on 750 moms, who all said that they LOVED the new Shicck.
The research showed that 29% of moms are happy, 38% are neutral and 33% are unhappy – but moms agree that simplifying improves happiness, with 92% saying that simplifying aspects of their life would make them happier.Out of the moms who said they were happy, the majority said that they are happier when their life is simplified. No fussy routines, no clutter, no mess!
“The Schick Intuition Simplicity Curve shows that happiness can be a by-product of consistently and deliberately choosing to do things that make life less complicated,” says Christine Jew, Brand Manager, Schick Intuition. “Canadian moms who take the steps to actively simplify various aspects of their lives are clearly reaping the emotional benefits.”
So how do you declutter your life?
Step one: get rid of your extra stuff! If you haven’t worn it in a year, it’s time to throw out those old clothes. Knick Knacks? If it would look just at home in your crazy Aunt’s house it’s time for it to hit the garbage can. Be ruthless with your purging! I promise you will not regret it!
Step two: declutter your work week life. Having a rough day? Order in dinner! Find a way to distress after work and indulge!
Step Three; Declutter your work – organize your emails and make a calendar (and stick to it!)
Watch this quick video to find out how you can declutter your life! Have any tips? Let me know in the comments below or by tweeting me at @ShesInfluential