to a study conducted by a Boston marketing firm, the average American burns 55 minutes a day looking for things
they know they own but cannot find.
National Soap and Detergent Association says 80 percent of household clutter is the result of disorganization,
not lack of space.
Business Administration (SBA) estimates that 80 percent of papers filed are never looked at again.
The National Soap and Detergent Association believes getting rid
of clutter would eliminate 40 percent of the housework in the average home.
We wear 20% of the clothes we own 80% of the time. The rest just hangs there, just in case.
Harris Interactive reports that 23%
of adults say they pay bills late (and incur fees) because they lose them.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the average U.S. executive
wastes six weeks annually searching for important documents lost in clutter.