Five Tips for an Organized New Year – CPI Financial

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  To start 2017, we have provided our five tips for getting organised for the new year for CPI Financial readers. You can read the all the tips by clicking on the photo above or here. What tips do you advocate to help you get organised this year?           © 2013-17 Decluttr Me | All rights reserved – This post is provided for the convenience of Decluttr Me readers. Any reproduction of the content within this feed is strictly prohibited.

5 Ways to Organise Your Home After Redecorating

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  Every home needs a little refurbishing and revamping every once in a while. For some home owners, this is an absolute necessity – redecoration poses as a great alternative for those, who aim to introduce a bit of diversity in their daily lives. If your home has undergone a few improvements as of late, we suggest you check out our tips on how to organise your living space after redecorating is completed.   Decide on What You are to Keep Adding new pieces of furniture and artwork is the whole point of redecorating your home. But what is to happen Read More

Why You Should Resolve to Get Organized This Year

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  What was your New Year Resolution this year? To lose weight, to travel more, to be happier or to get more organized?  There are many reasons why getting organized should be your main resolution for this year. According to one of the top organizers in the world, Peter Walsh, if you lose the clutter in your life, you can lose weight (check out his bestseller Lose Clutter, Lose the Weight if you don’t believe me).  If you are organized, you can then spend more time travelling and can even find your passport easily! And of course if you lose Read More

The Pre-Christmas DeClutter

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  Are you dreading the Christmas/Holiday season. Stressed from everything you have to do to get ready. Exasperated by the amount of stuff in your home and no where to store them properly? Well today is your lucky day! Here is my pre-Christmas DeClutter guide to help you get organized, de-stressed and happy to enjoy the season. There are certain areas that need a light declutter (or heavy declutter – but if it is heavy you may need the help of a professional organizer to get you through it all) pre-holidays and this where we are going to focus on. 1. Read More

Trust & Working with Professional Organizers

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Over the last few years I have found that each of my clients have different lifestyles, different items of stuff, different requirements for getting organized and they want someone to transform their lives. Organizers don’t have a crystal ball to show them what their home will look like after we have worked with them, so we have to build trust to enable the client to grant us permission to change their lives. I have client who books me every quarter for a few hours to assess her home, organize a room which is disorganized and advise what she needs to declutter or Read More

National Organising Week starts this week!

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National Organising Week between 7-13th November 2016 is designed to celebrate the positive impact of decluttering & organising your home.   APDO Association of Professional Declutterers & Organisers is running a third annual National Organising Week asking: why delay letting go of those possessions which are cluttering your home and impacting on your precious living space?  Declutter N.O.W.   So from 7th to 13th November, APDO is launching a mission to encourage UK households to tackle those niggling tasks (we will be starting 1 day earlier here in the UAE!).  APDO specialise in assisting people to clear their clutter and organise their homes, Read More

7 Steps for Organizing your Kid’s Toys

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  I often help clients to organize (and declutter) toys in their homes. Dealing with toys is a delicate matter for both parents and children. Today’s blog post focuses on my 7 steps for organizing your kid’s toys. You may have noticed I put “and declutter” in brackets above. There are often too many toys in the home and deciding which ones should go and which should stay can be a minefield. These are the scenarios I often see when decluttering and organizing: Parents have spent a lot of money buying the toys and are not happy to see their money thrown into Read More

What Do You Do?

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  “What do you do?” – that’s what I get asked often. Whether face to face, via social media, on the phone and at networking events. I bring you peace and calmness. I create a haven where you no longer feel stressed, frustrated and tired. When you walk into your home or your office and see the stuff, do you want to turn around and walk away? Far away. I help stop that feeling. Is your storage room or extra bedroom a dumping ground? We create a room that can be your place to relax, unwind and even meditate as Read More

Do You Know Where Your Company Secretarial Documents Are Stored?

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  Do you know where your company secretarial documents are such the Certificate of Incorporation, Trade Licence, Memorandum of Association, Articles of Association, Board Resolutions and Shareholder resolutions? Are the documents: In a drawer next to your desk; In a file with your PA (but you have no idea where that file is which is a problem when she is on holiday); Somewhere hidden in a cupboard along with samples, files, and paperwork from 1993; With your agent who never contacts you except when it comes to renewal time? Did you have a panic attack trying to recall where these Read More

The Definition of Clutter

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  Clutter is “a confusing or disorderly state or collection and possible symptom of compulsive hoarding” – Wikipedia   Clutter is different for everyone. What may be one person’s treasure might be a pile of junk to another. Clutter to me is: anything that doesn’t have a place to live. anything that is broken or needs repairing. anything that no longer has a use or serves its purpose (like clothes, relationships, habits or negative thoughts). anything that messy or unclean. anything overwhelming or disorganized. anything that is overflowing or feeling stuffed. anything that causes confusion. When you look at your Read More