Clutter.  It has the ability to overwhelm and exhaust.  It’s a first world problem, and yet so many of us struggle to get on top of it. 


When our homes are free of clutter, it feels airy and organised.  We feel a type of freedom. There’s less visual noise which allows our mind to focus on more important things and it frees up time from dealing with the same old clutter-related challenges over and over. 

Like nearly everyone, I’ve dealt with my fair share of clutter.  And, after years of trying different techniques and making mistakes, I’ve come to the conclusion that there’s no one-size-fits-all solution! 


Some people experience sentimentality differently to others.  Some are more fashion conscious so have a lot more clothes.  Some people have heaps of storage and can hold onto more stuff than others.  So some approaches will work for some people and not others. It’s a matter of working out what works for YOU! 

For me, it’s about balance:   I have some things that have great meaning that I need to store well and then there are things that I easily let go of when the time comes.  I am fascinated by our connection to things and love finding ways to minimise clutter for good.  I hope you find these pages helpful for  your clutter journey!



Systematically review every item keeping things that fit AND makes you feel great.  We'll create order so things are easily accessed and free up as much space as possible.


Kids mean "stuff".  We'll sort through clothes, toys and craft items and work out a way that helps keep things manageable.

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It's very easy to become overwhelmed by kitchen clutter.  We'll clear through things and put systems in place to keep clutter at bay.


A customised service based on a general decluttering approach

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Glebe NSW Australia



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