Feb 5, 2020
Simplifying our spaces can have a huge impact on our health. We talk about organizing and decluttering for health – how to get started and what benefits to expect. And then we break down the idea of eating in moderation, uncovering why the concept is not very helpful as we try to improve our diets and what is.
LET’S TALK THE WALK!
RESOURCES AND SOURCES (some links may be affiliate links)
WHY DECLUTTERING AND ORGANIZING IS GOOD FOR YOUR HEALTH
6 Golden Rules for Decluttering Your Kitchen, housebeautiful.com
The Unbearable Heaviness of Clutter, New York Times.
The Statistics of Clutter, becomingminimalist.com
It's Time to Declutter, pyschologytoday.com
10 Steps to an Orderly Kitchen, hgtv.com
5 Reasons to Clear the Clutter Out of Your Life, psychologytoday.com
38 Billion is Spent Yearly on Self-Storage, thegazette.com
The Most Common Items That Go Missing, apartmenttherapy.com
THE PITFALLS OF TELLING US TO "EAT EVERYTHING IN MODERATION"
Michelle Obama's Nutrition Campaign Comes With Political Pitfalls, latimes.com, July 20, 2013
Companies That Control the World's Food, usatoday.com
How Much is Too Much, sugarscience.ucsf.edu
Little House in the Big Woods, Laura Ingalls Wilder
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