After a year’s dedicated work, I have just launched my Declutter Your Wardrobe and Home online course and to celebrate I am offering a €100 discount for a limited time until 29th February 2016. 🙂 As you may already know, the first job I had after college was an Instructional Designer, planning and writing content
Lovely to be asked to share my 5 Declutter Top Tips on today’s Irish Mail on Sunday, 17th January 2016 – you can have a look on the interiors section. 🙂
One of the main reasons I developed The Declutter Therapist and Declutter Therapy was to create awareness around the little-understood blocks that so many of us face before or during decluttering. I felt that so many people associated decluttering with lack and deprivation (I’ve been there myself), and that couldn’t be further from the truth!
Thanks to the Irish Independent for inviting me to do a New Year’s piece on Decluttering. You can check it out on the Weekender magazine from 2nd January 2016.
Declutter Your Mind I talk a lot about how decluttering is so much more than getting rid of unwanted material possessions. My definition of clutter is anything in our lives that doesn’t serve us or make us feel good, so this can be mental, emotional or energetic, as well as the expected tangible physical items.
Everyone is talking about how 2015 has flown by, and it is hard to believe that we’re already into Christmas! This year has been positively hectic with the creation of www.decluttertherapy.com, the updating of my old www.thedecluttertherapist.ie website, the development and launch of my Professional Decluttering Courses and 6-month Life Decluttering Programmes and some lovely
Declutter Your Life Clutter isn’t just physical, and my definition of clutter is anything in your life that’s not serving you or making you feel good. That can encompass mental, emotional, spiritual and energetic levels, and all the different life areas (it does for most of us). So, how do you know if you need
As you’ve probably seen, the tag line on my Declutter Therapy and The Declutter Therapist logos is “LET IT GO”. Sometimes I joke that my own tag line is beating me up, because, like everyone else, I have struggled with letting go, and this is why I’m so passionate about sharing what I’ve learned in
I always have the ear out for anything to do with decluttering and letting go and it seems that every time I turn on the radio I hear songs with “letting go” or “let it go” – it’s a universal struggle! So, I decided to put together a list of the 5 best songs on
I’m continually tweaking and expanding my decluttering offerings and after a year’s intense but enjoyable work it feels good to say that my new online decluttering course “Declutter Your Wardrobe and Home” will be launched really soon! This comprehensive online course is for those of you who want to create massive positive change in your