“This blog post is courtesy of the wonderful Jo Jacob from Benella – de-clutterer extraordinaire!”
https://www.clinandmedimages.com/23hjoyx Sam and I have just had a heated discussion over the word “de-cluttering”. Sam believed it implied that there was rubbish around peoples’ homes, and therefore our clients would believe it an insult if it was suggested that a good de-clutter was in order to have their homes seen in a more favourable light.
https://www.naomella.com/2022/06/cqqk8ugjs4t I disagreed! I believe that clutter for many people can be paperwork, too many clothes (surely not – us woman cry!), children’s toys and anything else bought into the home that does not have a place to go.
https://360homeconnect.com/jcxr1ou6b This clutter can simply build up if not dealt with regularly and then the job seems too big to start therefore it is left.
https://eaglepoolservice.com/o31wytc5zj We had to grab the dictionary in the end and the noun description of clutter is “a disordered heap or mass of objects” therefore it is not rubbish – so here I am – allowed to write about it!
Many people have clutter in their homes, I am a professional de-clutterer and I still have drawers that my husband tuts over as that is where I put the things I don’t know where else to put! The rest of my house I have to stress is very organised but not at all minimal. It is not a problem for many until their homes go on the market and people come around to view. If you have a pile of items in the corner, a desk overflowing with paperwork or toys taking over the living room, a viewer could jump to the assumption that there is not enough storage – therefore your house will not be big enough for them. They could also focus on the “disordered heaps” and not think about where they would put their possessions.
https://hiddengemsofzambia.com/lbvwwwm6 Here are some tips if you need help:
1. Always start on the https://fizazzle.com/vt5z1pc4r least emotional place – don’t sit down with old sentimental letters first.
5. Keep in mind the Buy Discount Xanax Online golden rule – whatever comes into your home, needs to have a place to go or exit out again, if it is left somewhere – it becomes clutter!
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