Organizing Statistics - Why You Should & How To Organize Your Life
Who cares about organizing statistics and why should you organize your life?
Why should you declutter your home?
Why should you be able to find things easily?
Check out the following information and you'll learn the importance of statistics as well as getting organized - this will blow your mind!
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Eye-Opening Statistics That Show Why You
Should Organize Your Life
- People who were surveyed said, on average, they spend 6 minutes
looking for their KEYS in the morning. Married men were four times more
likely to leave their pajamas on the floor in the morning compared to
single men. Women with shoe racks were seven more times likely to be on
TIME for work than women without shoe racks. (courtesy of ikea.com)
- The average office employee spends 1.5 hours a day (6 weeks per year) looking for things. (courtesy of organizedworld.com)
- Americans spend 9 million hours looking for things. (courtesy of organizedworld.com)
- The top five items men look for in their homes were clean
socks, remote control, wedding album, car keys and their driver's
license. For women, the top five items were a favorite pair of shoes,
child's toy, wallet, lipstick and the remote control. Only 11% of
respondents knew where their social security card was located. (courtesy of ikea.com)
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30% of the people surveyed on this site said they need the most home organizing help in the... BEDROOM.
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- 50% of the people surveyed indicated they receive between 1-5 catalogs a week. (courtesy of onlineorganizing.com)
- 65% of the people surveyed THROW OUT their junk mail
immediately. 58% of the people keep their junk mail less than one day
after delivery by the United States Postal Service (USPS). (courtesy of onlineorganizing.com)
- 55% of the people surveyed think that holiday catalogs are a
waste of time and 38% would prefer to get only one or two catalogs a
year and receive updates via EMAIL. (courtesy of onlineorganizing.com)
- The use of office paper has tripled since the birth of the computer. (courtesy of organizedworld.com)
- Everyday Americans buy 62 million newspapers and throw out 44
million. That’s the equivalent of dumping 500,000 trees into a landfill
every week. (courtesy of colorado.edu)
- Every year enough paper is thrown away to make a 12’ wall from New York to California. (courtesy of colorado.edu)
- The document for a Boeing 747 weighs more than the plane itself. (courtesy of napo.net)
- Are 18,000 sheets enough? Your four-drawer file cabinet, when full, holds 18,000 pages. (courtesy of napo.net)
The-Organizing-Boutique.com's Organizing Statistics
Our Organizing Statistics: What Do You Spend The Most Time Looking For?
23% of the people surveyed said they spend the most time looking for their phone. Keys, clean socks and important papers were tied for second at 14.9%.
Our Organizing Statistics: Where Do You Need The Most Home Organizing Help?
32.5% of the people surveyed said the bedroom was where they needed the most help. The home office was second at 22.5%.
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- IKEA did a survey of customers in which 31% reported they were
more satisfied after clearing out their closets than they were after
sex. (courtesy of napo.net)
- Getting rid of clutter eliminates 40 per cent of housework in
an average home. Eighty per cent of the clutter in homes is a result of
disorganization, not lack of space. (courtesy of napo.net)
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