Episode 112 – Guest interview with member Sue

Sue Wood

In today’s episode we are talking to one of our Declutter Hub members, Sue, who has been with us for around one year! Sue gives us an insight into her story and the progress she has achieved since being a member.

In this weeks podcast we speak to one of our members, Sue, about her decluttering journey and progress since joining The Declutter Hub community.

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Show summary


  • Sue gives us an insight into her procrastination and how it impacts her decluttering  progress
  • Do we keep hold of things because they are part of our identity?
  • We discuss how upsizing can be the right decision as you get older
  • What Sue's lightbulb moments have been in the membership
  • How being part of The Declutter Hub Membership has helped Sue

Useful Links and resources


If you'd like to step up your decluttering and would like more input from Ingrid and I,  come and take a look at our VIP membership options, our step-by-step courses and our Room-By-Room bootcamp. If you would like to know more, why not book a 15-minute free Discovery Call with Ingrid or Lesley to discuss more about how you can learn with us. If you have any questions, do let us know!

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  • Barbara says:

    Thank you Sue for agreeing to this interview. I found it so helpful, as someone of a similar age, thinking about the difficult process of letting go of who I am (still running part-time business) and how I want to enjoy new things, held back by incomplete half-finished projects. Your intentional upsizing was a lightbulb for me – along with enjoying the space. Ingrid and Lesley are so generous giving their time and expertise in ways that are REAL along with LAUGHTER. The shared experiences of members from around the world make this a warm caring place.

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