This week I’ve been pretty quiet on social media as my beloved dog became very poorly on Monday morning and on Tuesday I had to make the heartbreaking decision to end his suffering and have him put to sleep.
If any of you have pets, you’ll know they become part of your family and their loss can be just as sad as any other family bereavement. So why am I telling you this? Well, it helped me realise just how far I’ve come on my decluttering journey, and also just how easy it
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
I haven’t bought any Christmas cards in over 3 years, so you might wonder why I have so many? Before I learnt to declutter I never knew what I had. I had stuff scattered all over the house. In the kitchen junk drawer, in with stationery, in a cupboard, in the airing cupboard and some with the Christmas tree in the loft. As I never knew what I had, when I went out Christmas shopping I always bought more, worried that I would run out. The same with sellotape too! I also used
So today I was going to do a blog to let you know a bit more about me, and how my journey into the world of decluttering came about. Unfortunately I have had another topic to discuss instead which presented itself today. Last night my daughter kept me up all night with a sick bug (she’s fine now). This meant me having to do an 11 hour shift in my other business on zero hours sleep…. Interesting to say the least! However it got me thinking as to just how much decluttering