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Episode 16 – Guest expert Anne Blumer discusses her 5 Steps to Organising Process

We welcome our guest, Anne Blumer, working in Portland, Oregon, USA. Anne is the owner of Solutions For You, creator of the 5 Steps to Organsing process and author of Mastering The Business of Organising. She helps her clients downsize and move home.

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Show Summary

  • Anne tells us about her background and how she became an organiser
  • What is the 5 steps to organising process and why she created it
  • We go into every step: strategise / prioritise / localise / containerise / maximise
  • How our listeners need to decide what they want to keep and what to let go of and what questions they can ask themselves
  • Why memorabilia is so hard to declutter
  • Anne's 10 organising principles
  • Anne's main tip for starting your decluttering journey and motivating our listener

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  1. One suggestion I would offer my clients regarding memorabilia… you could suggest that they purchase a treasure-chest type box and keep all the memorabilia in that one space. You can advise them that it will always be there to open, lie a magic room to the past, whenever they are feeling nostalgic. So, for me, I have an old 1940’s suitcase that belonged to my Mother when she was a teenager. And I keep all hers and Dad’s belongings in it on a shelf high up in my bedroom. About three times a year I will open it up and sift through it as if for the first time. I think of it as a treasure chest… as it does indeed hold personal treasure.

    1. What a lovely idea! I create memory boxes with my clients all the time. Sometimes it’s just a box at first until the right kind of box is found, sometimes there already is a nice box or chest in the house that we can use. I’ve used a blanket box in the past and it worked a treat. Thank you for commenting. Ingrid x

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