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Clutter

Posted in 'Clutter' on August 14, 2009

I've recently been to visit a few prospective clients who have needed some help with the clutter in their homes. And I've found that the ones who book me to come in straight away go thorugh with it, and 90% of the ones that book me for a couple of weeks time end up cancelling. It is a big step to ring and ask for someone to help with this. It's a bit like making the decision to start a diet (I am speaking from experience here). Once you decide to do it, you need to start pretty much straight away. If you put it off for a week or so, the motivation that led you to the decision in the first place starts to disappear and it is easy to find excuses as to why you can't start. Then before you know it, you've gone back to accepting the clutter that is around your house.

Stop proctrastinating! If you have clutter that you want to get rid of, do something about it.

Set the timer for 15 mins and clear out a couple of drawers.
Walk through the loungeroom with a rubbish bag and pick up anything that needs to be thrown out.
Get the kids to put their stuff away in their own rooms.
Sort through a cupboard while you are chatting on the phone
Do some filing while you are watching a TV programme

You don't need to live with the clutter. If it's all too hard, call on someone to help you. We won't judge you or your clutter. We are there to help. We don't have the emotional attachment to your stuff that you do and we will work through it together with you.

 

 

 



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