Our motto is ‘if in doubt chuck it out!’ Clutter can be depressing and overwhelming. We meet lots of people who are just plain stressed out over how to store all of their ever increasing material belongings into an ever decreasing living space. One of the obvious solutions is to get rid of the clutter!
Typical clutter includes:
- Kids gear (tricycles, skateboards, roller skates) stored in the garage for sentimental reasons – even though the kids are off at university
- Kitchen appliances purchased on impulse and which are rarely used (bread makers, juicers, grinders, and blenders are typical items taking up valuable space)
- Paper – old newspapers, magazines, paper backs, Time and Reader’s Digest magazines and National Geographics
- The two drawers of plastic containers – lids without containers and containers without lids!
- Gym gear – used for three weeks and then abandoned
- Clothes you haven’t worn in over a year
- That ‘interesting’ vase that Aunty Myrtle gave you
- Any item that you don’t really love
Did you know clutter is also bad for you?
Clutter is unsightly and annoying, but did you know that it can have a huge impact on your emotional well being as well? If you are surrounded by items that don’t reflect your personality, or which you have attached negative emotions to, the clutter will drag you down and feel like a weight around your shoulders.
Do you feel like you’re drowning in a sea of disused items, broken items, and various bits and bobs? Then it’s time to take action!
As a natural born organiser I love clearing clutter! I’ll work with you to sort out the ‘wheat from the chaff’ helping you to realise what you really love and should keep, and what is just getting you down and needs to go.
Contact us today for a clutter clearing consultation.