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A simple one step solution to a clutter free home!

Are you feeling overwhelmed with the clutter that is piling up throughout your home? Little piles that turn into bigger piles until it all seems too much? Most clutter happens when we put something down because we don’t feel like dealing with it at that moment. It can be called “Lazy Clutter.” When you do that, you end up spending twice as much time dealing with it because you still have to go back to it later. I have come to the conclusion that if we all adopt this one simple step, we will have a clutter free home forever. It’s not rocket science, either. It’s just a habit to get into and once you start doing it, it will become second nature to you. I have adopted this rule throughout my life and also into the lives of my clients and believe me, it really does work!! (more…)

Autumn is here – time to reorganise!

With the change of seasons fast approaching it’s a great time of year to clean out and reorganise some key areas of your home. Here are my 5 top areas to rethink and reorganise this season…. (more…)

First Aid fun

I frequently get asked about first aid kits and the best way to store items. The busy families I work with often have a lot of first aid stuff, which has built up over time. Time and time again I have found the best and bulletproof way to store items, is to separate them into clear plastic containers with a lid. Sistema is a NZ brand that I enjoy using and are available at Storage Box,The Warehouse and even your local supermarket. Before buying the containers, firstly check the expiry dates of your medicines and access whether or not the items are still current, needed and in working order. As you do so, start sorting the items you are keeping into like with like. Try these categories: (more…)

Kids’ spaces

I recently had the opportunity to share my ‘5 Top Tips’ with one of my favourite magazines Your Home and Garden on how to create practical living spaces for kids. 

“Organise Your Home in a Month” is a great read, where experts are sharing their tips and ideas on ways to declutter and organise your home over 30 days. (more…)

Back to school — my top 5 tips!

Well it’s that time of year again when we are all feeling relaxed and sun kissed from our lovely summer holiday, yet the kids are back to school next week and it’s the last thing on our minds!  It can be a stressful time for everyone and you don’t want to be rushing the night before trying to find everything in a mad panic. Getting organised now will save you time, stress AND money. Here are my 5 top tips that I think will really help you to get back into the swing of school life! (more…)

Organising kids spaces

Kids rooms need decluttering on a regular basis…… children are constantly growing and changing along with their needs and wants. Toys, games, clothes and everything else they accumulate on the way can build up very quickly (sound familiar?!) so kids spaces are an area than often needs attention. I love organising kids spaces – I find it really rewarding and so do they!

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6 things to do to feel more organised

Most of us do not have time to spend hours organising our stuff – we all lead such busy lives these days and trying to juggle everything can be very over whelming at times! Work, kids, family, friends, your time, family time, errands, running your home – add to that being unorganised, makes things even more overwhelming and frustrating! (more…)

10 questions to ask yourself when you declutter

Decluttering your home and life isn’t easy. Often we get stuck as we just don’t know what to do with items – sound familiar??  Find out how you can eliminate clutter by asking yourself these 10 simple questions……

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21 ways to spring clean your life

I am delighted to share with you 3 ways in which to declutter your home in this month’s Spring issue of Good magazine!

 “21 ways to spring clean your life” includes information on ways to boost your mood, slow down, clean up your e-clutter, ways to display your stuff and to declutter your home.

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