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  • Nazanine Eslamdoust

380 days

Let's us do some math.

I promise you, nothing complicated. It's the weekend, after all!

There are 365 days in a year.

Let’s say, you will have an adult life for about 50 years.

(I know, “adult life” feels so grown up, doesn't it? I don't know about you, but I am still waiting for the moment that I am actually going to feel grown up... But I'm sure you get the jist!)


50 x 365. That would 18.250 days.

Now, let’s say that, on average, you look for things around your house for 30 minutes a day.

Therefore, after the 50 years, you will have looked for 547,500 minutes.

That represents 380 days.

You can lose up to 380 days of your life just looking for things.

Three. Hundred. And. Eighty.


Isn't that a bit too much to lose?

Isn't that worth investing some time and energy decluttering your home and organizing things around so that you don't have to look for things anymore?

Just sayin’

Until next time,


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