1. 06 Jan, 2019
    Grief and Clutter - Is this why you keep stuff?
    Loss and grief are things we all experience at some time in our lives, it comes in many different forms, but ultimately we can feel hopeless, helpless and alone. Some people will work through the feelings, maybe with support and eventually move on. For others, acquiring and keeping 'stuff' can feel like the only way to fill the void. Feelings of bereavement and grief don't only come from losing a loved one, those feelings can come from any number of types of loss, some that you many not even
  2. Hoarding support – It's Never About The Stuff
    24 Sep, 2018
    Hoarding support – It's Never About The Stuff
    'Never judge a book by its cover' - one of the most famous sayings around, we hear it so often but do we ever really think about what it means? In the last 2 years I have been lucky enough to meet some amazing people. People who have been shunned by society and ostracised by their neighbours. They have been threatened with court action or eviction, bullied by people who do not understand them.... yet they have turned out to be some of the most wonderful people I have ever had the pleasure of
  3. 28 Jun, 2018
    What is a Memory Box and why do I need one?
    What is a Memory Box and why do I need one? There is always the inevitable moment with every client I work with where we come across a certain sentimental item that doesn’t really ‘fit’ anywhere, and they ask “ what shall I do with this? I can’t get rid of it” – The item in question is usually a card with a beautiful message inside, a lock of a child’s hair, (safely put in a little bag or envelope) a photo of someone special, a sweet note or picture from their child….. you will no doubt
  4. The Guilt Free Guide to Managing Your Children's Artwork
    08 May, 2017
    The Guilt Free Guide to Managing Your Children's Artwork
    Do you have a budding artist in your midst? Do you feel guilty at the thought of throwing away a masterpiece? Well....... don't worry! There are a few little tricks you can use to ensure that their work is celebrated, without it taking over the entire house! Firstly lets talk about how to display pictures or sculptures in a way that shows your appreciation of them. Dedicate a space on the fridge or wall where all 'current' artwork is displayed. For cereal box robots etc, a space on a shelf or
  5. 07 Mar, 2017
    Understanding the difference between decluttering and organising
    Decluttering and Organising go hand in hand, but what's the difference?
  6. Helping children keep the clutter at bay
    08 Jan, 2017
    Helping children keep the clutter at bay
    ​Helping children keep the clutter at bay! Start Early! ​your best chance of success for helping your children to grow up being organised and knowing how to put things away properly is to start early! Instill the rule that we put one thing away before we get the next thing out. this can sound a bit harsh, but if you make it part of the game then it doesn't have to be a strict or negative activity. When the child is getting bored of a game or is able to say they have had enough, make up a 'tidy