Category Archives for "Decluttering"

Group of kids leaving home - empty nest

Empty nester with your kids’ clutter still around?

So the time has come and your kids are leaving home – being an empty nester is a bittersweet feeling. The problem is that as your kids grow up, they’ll amass what seems a lifetime of junk in just a few years. So when they leave the family home it can be doubly emotional: you […]

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Declutter your kitchen like a Pro!

Increasingly, the kitchen is the hub of the family home, so it needs to function like a well oiled machine. But what are the secret ingredients to declutter your kitchen?AccessibilityIt’s YOUR kitchen so you need a system that works for YOU. If you are a simple cook that relies heavily on convenience, don’t fall into […]

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Decluttering paperwork which looks chaotic

Paperwork is the bane of 21st Century life!

Even in the most tidy and organised of homes, there is one thing that more often than not causes problems and that is paper. It flows through the door of our homes via the postman, school bags, newspapers, fliers or in work bags. And where does it find its home? In the hallway, kitchen surfaces, bedroom, […]

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Woman with feelings of guilt who then has a weight lifted

I feel so guilty about my clutter

Amassing clutter brings with it a huge range of emotions but the main one we come across time and time again is the guilt.Guilty because your family are living in chaos, guilty because your friends have busy lives too and they have tidy homes, guilty because that bank statement is proof of how much money has […]

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5 top tips for curbing your paper mountain

80% of the paper that finds it’s way through our doors hasn’t been asked for. Paperwork is a huge contributor to clutter problems in the home. We want to share with you our top tips on how to reduce and deal with the amount that comes in, so it’s easier to sort out what is […]

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Declutter your bathroom once and for all

Somewhere amongst all the Christmas pressies there is going to be something you need to store in your bathroom. If you’re really lucky this year it might be some Jo Malone, if not it might be some bath salts from the pound shop. Either way, it’s the thought that counts and somehow it’s going to […]

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What is regifting and should I do it?

It would be so nice if our homes were visitor ready year round but invariably they’re not and we always have a flurry of new clients wanting to declutter so they can feel proud of their homes when family and friends come to visit.  As a declutterer I have close encounters with people’s bad shopping decisions […]

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