The October 2007 issue of First magazine featured an article, “De-cluttering can slim better than a diet.” The article references the latest weight-loss research revealing a fascinating link between eliminating household clutter and achieving weight-loss success.
The article discusses the link between bedroom clutter and kitchen clutter and excess weight. It is suggested that bedroom clutter disrupts sleep while kitchen clutter increases stress. Both a lack of sleep and an increased level of stress can contribute to overeating and, therefore, extra weight.
Are either of these areas cluttered in your home? Do you think there might be a connection between your excess weight and the clutter in your kitchen or bedroom?