6 Quick Organizing Tips to Start Today


If your schedule is always full and you don’t have more than ten minutes to organize your life, check out these tips to help you get organized. Whenever you have ten minutes spare, do one of these six tasks and you will start feeling more together, less stressed and organized:   1.  Make your Bed   2.  Keep a Basket next to Your Closet     3.  Gather the broken clothes     4.  Sort out those heels     5. Review your toiletries     6. Organize your bedsheets         © 2013-present Decluttr Me | All Read More

How to Prepare for an Emergency


  The recent fire in Grenfell Tower in London was a sad and traumatising event for the residents. A few were able to leave and take some possessions with them, but others were left with nothing, but their night clothes on. My prayers are with the residents and their loved ones during this time. This is not the first tower fire we have witnessed, there have been several in Dubai in the last few years, and we cannot say for sure that there won’t be more in the future (until the cladding is removed off these buildings).  These types of Read More

How to Get Organized for your next Long-Haul Flight


  Living in this region we are lucky to be able to fly to so many parts of the world easily. Whether you want to go East towards Asia and Australasia or West to Europe and the Americas; we have unlimited choice of destinations and flights. The only problem is the long-haul flight to the destination. It is all well and good to go to these exotic destinations, but we still have to endure the 6+ hour flight to get there. I have previously provided a list of what I take in my hand luggage when flying, including my pashmina shawl and Read More

How to Fold your Clothes Properly


  How often do you find that you have no room in your wardrobe as you are cramming your clothes into a small space? Do you get frustrated by the lack of space and end up buying more furniture to store your clothes?  If this is your situation currently, maybe you need to change how you fold your clothes. Often by folding your clothes (rather than throwing them into the space or hanging them), you can increase the space in your wardrobe and also find your clothes neatly and with less creases in them. This brilliant infogram from Home Advisor, Read More

Clever Products to Help You have an Organized Car

I always want my car to look as organized and clutter free as possible, especially when I have people in it. I have tried various methods over the years to obtain a zen like zone in my car some successful and some just a waste of money and space. These follow products and tricks that I have tried and tested,  will help you feel less stressed and also save you time when trying to find items in your car.

A storage box is a perfect way to corral items in your boot. I have used a plastic box from IKEA for uses, but now use a box similar to this as it can be folded up when empty. I store reusable shopping bags, screen wash, a few organizing items I need when visiting clients, a beach blanket, rubbish bags (see why below) and also my groceries (it stops them rolling out).


This shoe storage solution is great to use in your car to store items for your kids and yourself. I would also keep spare bottles of water and tissues as I need them often.




















This recommendation to use a cereal box as a rubbish bin is genius! You can get a cereal box in IKEA or in a hypermarket. You can store a roll of rubbish bags in the storage box in the boot of the car (seen up above).





















These hooks can be hung on your headrest and then can be used to hang your handbag, school bags, baby suppliers, rubbish bags…well anything.  Using this, I don’t worry about the contents falling out (especially my lipstick) and I can easily reach for it if I need anything from inside. When I have guests and/or travelling long distances, I hang a rubbish bag on the hook and empty it whenever it is full and we see a rubbish bin.





























The food inside may not be healthy, but this is a great way to store food whilst travelling between clients, meetings and other events during the week (a lady has to eat…).













These silicon cupcake liners line my cup holders. They catch split drinks, crumbs and coins. If dirty it is easy to clean with wet wipes.









It is always good to have a first aid kit at your disposal. This box has been filled with blankets and various first aid items. You may want to reduce the number of items and just have a small first aid box. You can buy a ready made box from the pharmacies.




















The central console area can be a clutter minefield. I found these acrylic trays are a great way to easily store items such as the ones in the pictures below.




















This shower caddy has been used in a clever way to store various items in the car (we may not need to use the space to store mittens (or gloves)).











When you have finished chewing your gum, rather than throwing the container in the recycle bin, fill it up with your coins and then store your container in the drinks holder or in the side door panel.











What products do you use to ensure your car is clutter free and organized? I would love to hear and see you ideas.


If you need help to get organized, contact me by completing the contact form and I will be in touch as soon as possible.


Shelina Jokhiya


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DeCluttering and Organizing Eyeshadows (with vlog)


I work so often with clients who have a lot of makeup and help them to decide what items need to be decluttered, donated or kept and organized properly. Whilst working with them, the lightbulb  came on for me and I realised that I should examine my eyeshadow collection. What I found was lots of eyeshadows, which were older than two years (the lifespan of powder eyeshadows, which is what I mostly own). This new video talks about my eyeshadow cull, what I am going to do with the decluttered items and also how I am going to organize my eyeshadows Read More

How to Organize the Colours in your Home


  Often whilst working with clients, I notice the colours in certain rooms (especially in the bedrooms) and note comments from clients on how they are feeling. If there are red walls in the bedroom there is usually too much anger or passion in the client’s life right now. I often tell them to change the room colour to blue to help bring them calmness (to help them sleep) and to ensure there are less arguments with their loved ones.  Whilst red may be bad in the bedroom, it is great for the dining room to enable a lively appetite Read More

How to Curb your Shopping Habits


  If you are a shopper, do you go home with bags and bags of stuff? If this is you and you do not declutter regularly, the stuff can build up until it becomes overwhelming. Also by over-shopping, it can cost you money, time, energy and happiness. To help to release these negative energy and feelings, check out my  tips on how to curb your shopping habits: Organize your wardrobe, kitchen, etc, so you can see how much you have of each item and whether you have room to put in any new items. Before you shop – whether it Read More

Have you Lost that Loving Feeling? Remove these 4 Items from your Bedroom Today!


  How is your love life? This may be a bit of an intimate question, but I’m asking seriously. Do you find it is being hindered by stepping on Lego pieces on your bedroom floor, or tripping on dirty laundry, or being drowned out by the television. If this all seems applicable to you then check out my tips to find that loving feeling in your bedroom. Remove the toys – Nothing can break the romantic zen than hearing toy fire truck sirens, or stepping on Lego (ouch!). One room in your house has to be a sanctuary for you Read More

How Long Should you Keep your Make-Up & Toiletries


  Often whilst working with clients, we find a massive stash of make-up. Some looks brand new, but often they look old, tired and expired. Foundation seems to be the massive right now, especially due to contouring (I still can’t master it, even after those Youtube videos!), but did you know that the liquid foundation only lasts from 6 months to a year? Deciding what should go and what should stay can be difficult, especially as there are no expiry dates on make-up, so to help you decipher the expiry dates, here are my tips on how long you should Read More