Many of us make memories and friendships that last a lifetime at university, but higher education comes with many pressures, especially when it comes to the academic side of things.
How do you like to spend your free time? Hanging out with friends would be many people’s first answer, but most would include hanging out online within that activity. Sure, we’d rather meet up face to face, but that’s not always possible, and talking online or via text is often far more convenient.
For those who keep their properties looking spick and span at all times, the thought of clutter can seem horrific. And it’s easy to see why: clutter is anathema to someone who prefers a minimalistic and clean environment. But the reality is that over-cluttered properties are now growing in prevalence, in part as a result of the increase in the acquisition of consumer goods.
And in some cases, the problems can go to an extreme – with some people developing a medical problem known as hoarding. It’s no surprise, then, that solutions such as the “Marie Kondo method” or even firms specialising in the wholesale removal of junk are now out there. This blog post will explore the problem of over-cluttered properties, and look at how and why the problem might be tackled.