Common questions about decluttering
It's a big deal inviting someone in to help you declutter. So you're bound to have a few questions. Here are my answers some of the questions about decluttering I hear most often.
At a basic level decluttering is a process of reducing your possessions. Usually this means getting clear about what you want to keep and reorganizing what is left in a tidy and ordered way so you can find things. But the reality is that it’s rarely that simple. My service is about so much more than that.
I’ve been working as a professional declutterer, personal organiser and coach for over ten years. And I’ve seen huge changes in my client’s lives through decluttering the space around them. Decluttering is about so much more than clearing space, it has an impact on many other aspects of our lives.
You may find it’s good to declutter:
- when you feel stuck or are looking to make a shift in your life
- when selling your home
- before you move and pay to take all those old and unwanted possessions with you
- after a divorce or separation
- when a child has moved out
To be blunt: if you could really do it on your own, why haven’t you? My work is about helping you see why you are holding on to things. Once you understand that, it becomes easier to make those changes. Even those close to us don’t always get what’s behind our problems. And sadly they may even have a vested interest in us staying as we are. It’s your life and it’s your choice.
Do you want to change and grow or would you rather stay where you are? If you’re ready, I’m here to help. You don’t have to do this alone. See how the support of a declutter coach helps