Most of the clutter in your home is made up of newspaper, clothes, paperwork, magazines, old technology, unwanted gifts and those items we keep in case they come in handy one day.
The good news is that decluttering can be therapeutic as you reduce clutter and take control of your home and rediscover all of those favourite possessions.
Deciding what to keep and what to lose is hardest decision of all.
Often you don’t realise how much clutter actually creates blockages and stops you from moving forward until you let go of things and mental clutter, and become aware of what is draining your energy.
TOP TIP – START WITH THE WORST ROOM FIRST !!