Nova Scotia psychology student Brogan Ingram has been taking social media by storm with her kind heart. Known as Not the Worst Cleaner on social channels, Brogan’s POV videos of cleaning people’s homes have drawn interest for all the right reasons. Overnight, she’s become an advocate for those with mental health struggles who are otherwise stigmatized.
Correlation Between Cleaning and Mental Health
Namely, Brogan focuses on the correlation between cleaning and mental health. It’s no secret that giving your home a quick or deep clean can often leave you sighing in satisfactionâhence our love of “spring cleaning.” It feels like you just checked something off the list and are making progress. But did you know that cleaning and mental health go way, way deeper than just leaving you with a feeling of satisfaction?