Posts tagged De-cluttering
The Cost of Clutter: Money and Relationships

How much money does the average Aussie household have tied up in unwanted clutter? And how has clutter been affecting our relationships? I review the Choosi Clutter Report 2017 which details the first Australian based stats on this fascinating topic. 

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Conquering Paperwork in the Home Office

If you can't fit all your paperwork into 1 folder, then you probably have more than you need. Most households do. With today's modern technology, there is only a small amount of hard copy paperwork you actually require, and it should all fit into 1 folder to grab easily in case of an emergency.

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7 Days to Re-set & Rock in 2018

With 2017 drawing to a close, this is the time to upgrade your life by taking some time to think, plan and take action to set yourself up for success in 2018; and if you do, I promise you will thank yourself later.

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5 ways to effectively manage toys in time for Christmas

Set your family up for less overwhelm and more time, space and money in the new year. With Christmas coming, now is the perfect time to put some strategies into place to ditch the toy excess and get organised in 2018.

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How to make decisions when you can't decide

Clutter is at its core, delayed decisions. And decision fatigue likes to play interference even when we are determined to create positive changes. So when you can't decide between keep or go, what can you do? Here is how to make a decision when you can't make a decision. 

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Playing the Curious Observer in your home

What have you been putting up with in your home, even though it really bugs you?

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