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…)
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……
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.
Winter is a great time to get stuck into your garage and get it organised before spring kicks in! With these 6 simple steps you will have an organised garage space in no time at all 🙂
Now that winter is here and the long nights are upon us,there couldn’t be a better time to be more organised. You know all those projects that are lurking in the back of your mind but you never quite seem to get onto doing? Well, now is the time! Here are four projects that you could be getting on with by the fire and within the warmth of your home this winter.
Clutter has a way of taking over our lives. When a home is filled with clutter it takes on a life of it’s own, robbing us of both our physical and mental space. It sits there waiting for us until we decide to do something about it!
Rather than trying to do it all in one go (way too overwhelming and most of us do not have the time!) try taking 15 minutes each day to begin with, to declutter an area.