Decluttering after a bereavement.
Whilst chatting to Paulette today at Radio Sheffield on the subject of decluttering after a bereavement, it hit me that, just as like death itself, decluttering after a bereavement is something of a taboo subject, and there’s very few obvious resources to help. So you may occasionally hear a friend or co worker complain about what a nightmare it is decluttering a house when their parent dies, but very rarely will you hear a plan of what to do, and how to do it beforehand. E
Let’s talk about Mental Health!
With so many people affected my mental health (MH), and as our brain is just as important than our other organs, you’d think there wouldn’t be a stigma attached to mental health issues any more. I’ve suffered from MH issues in my life, and I treat them, and am just as open about them as I am if I had a problem with my arm or leg. I’m very open about Mental health, not only for my own personal reasons but for professional ones too. Most (but not all) of my clients suffer fr
It’s not just about discarding, collections can be cool!
One of the big worries a lot of clients have is that they worry I’m going to hire a massive skip and put all their lovely possessions into it. They think my idea of the perfect home is stark white, accent cushions and minimalism. They worry that the items they’ve collected and have a passion for will be discarded like they’re rubbish. This really is not the case. Well, unless you want to do that? If your vision is for that kind of home then of course I will help you work t