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Managing Stress With Organization Handout

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Clutter can have a negative impact on individuals across different age groups. A study has shown that it leads to increased stress and work-related tension. Staying organized, on the other hand, means maintaining structure in one’s physical environment. Nearly every negative consequence associated with disorganization can be improved by decluttering.

The Managing Stress By Staying Organized handout provides clients with research and tips for lowering their stress regardless of whether they’re at home or in school. Some of the techniques it teaches include sorting items, setting a timer, and assigning colors to folders.

Using this handout can offer many benefits for kids and teens, such as improved focus and productivity. Parents may help children establish a weekly or daily schedule that includes specific time slots for decluttering. As much as possible, introduce the concept of creating a to-do list.

Explore this and 38 other handouts in our Stress Management Handouts Bundle, which describes stress management activities and ways to improve engagement in each activity.

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  1. Patel, D. A., Graupmann, V., & Ferrari, J. R. (2023). Reactance, decisional procrastination, and hesitation: A Latent class Analysis of clutter Behavior. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 20(3), 2061. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph20032061
  2. Roster, C. A., & Ferrari, J. R. (2022). Having less: A personal project taxonomy of consumers’ decluttering orientations, motives and emotions. Journal of Consumer Affairs, 57(1), 264–295. https://doi.org/10.1111/joca.12499
  3. Austin, D. (2024, January 11). Being organized can actually improve mental health. This is why. https://www.nationalgeographic.com/premium/article/organizing-clutter-mental-health
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