Opportunity Cost/ Cost Benefit Analysis

* Alright… just putting it at the top that I may use Opportunity Cost and Cost Benefit Analysis interchangeably or in the wrong context a bit today… but I know that you’ll be able to follow along and see exactly what I mean when it comes to decluttering and organising *

When you’re making decisions about what to bring into your home, or what to declutter from your home, it’s helpful to acknowledge there is a cost to every decision. There is a cost of time, energy, decisions to be made, possible storage solutions, conferring with people you live with, rubbish removal, processing donations. There is also the opportunity cost of the space you take up and the money you spend.

And then there are clear benefits to decluttering in time, productivity, mental health, finances and general enjoyment.

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