Often when I visit a client for the first time, the linen cupboard is one of those areas that they REALLY don’t want me to see. “Don’t open the door…..everything will fall out!” Does this sound familiar to you……? Has your linen cupboard seen better days? If this is the case, these 6 simple steps will help you to tame your linen cupboard once and for all.
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This is the third article of a series I am writing for Stuff Magazine 🙂
Do you find yourself scrambling to get out the door every morning? Perhaps you are missing bill payments or there just aren’t enough hours in the day? Are you having trouble finding important documents or even every day items when you need them?
There are many reasons that cause disorganisation and recognising their cause, can be the first step in helping us to get on top of them. Here are four key causes of disorganisation and how you can get on top of them. Pop over to Stuff to read the full article 🙂
This is the second article of a series that I am writing for Stuff Magazine.
Living with the things that we love brings liberation. But the thought of letting go of our possessions can be overwhelming for many. So much so, that many don’t face them at all – it’s all too much. Does that sound like you? If so, this will be a good read for you. It is important that our belongings make us feel happy rather than making us feel sad, guilty or resentful. This month I shared my four key reasons with Stuff that can help you to understand why it can be so difficult to let go.
This is the first article of a series that I am writing for Stuff Magazine 🙂
“Where can I take my items that I no longer want?!” I am often asked as I go through the process of helping people to declutter their belongings. I offer my clients the service of taking away their charity items – I like to donate them to the SPCA as that is a charity that I want to support. Even so, charity stores are getting more picky these days on what items they either want or are allowed to receive. Keep reading to find out where you can take a variety of items, including E waste, spectacles and even your bras!
“Good question!” you say. I get asked this question on a daily basis and people often say “Oh……. you organise events do you?” Pretty much every time. After some time of being asked this question and seeing the look of confusion on peoples faces, I felt compelled to set the record straight!
Spring has sprung!! And I couldn’t be happier. I’m loving that “Spring” feeling when change is in the air, the birds are singing, the days are longer and summer is on it’s way. And yes, you guessed it – a BRILLIANT time to declutter now that winter is behind us at last. (more…)
Do you cover every available surface in your home with stuff? Have your surfaces become a dumping ground for items that either don’t have a home or you couldn’t be bothered to put away? The clutter on surfaces tends to build up over time – it often starts when we come home after a busy day, and it’s easier just to chuck items down and deal with them later. But in many cases, later never happens…… (more…)
Thinking about a garage sale? Want to get rid of those items that are no longer loved or used? Not sure how to go about it? Well there’s no time like the present in my book – I believe that any time is a good time to have a garage sale these days. It’s all about advertising in the right places and being organised in advance, so that you not only make some money, but also have fun whilst doing so. There’s always someone out there looking for a bargain, no matter the time of year. (more…)
US Navy Admiral William H. McRaven says if you want to change the world, you should start by making your bed. “If you make your bed every morning, you will have accomplished the first task of the day,” he said in a commencement speech at the University of Texas. “It will give you a small sense of pride and it will encourage you to do another task, and another, and another. And by the end of the day, that one task completed, will have turned into many tasks completed.” (more…)