I worked with a client recently who had over 100 pairs of black shoes that looked remarkably similar. Why did most remain in boxes with price tags attached while she continued to wear her favourite pair?
If you’ve tried using Space Bags in the past but find they lose suction, then you may want to give the Large Space Bags a go, as I’m quietly confident you won’t be disappointed.
If you’re someone who shudders at the thought of organising your wardrobe because you fear ending up in a bigger mess, then this product may just be what you’re looking for.
Every now and then an organising product comes along that’s great value for money and guaranteed to be used over and over again.
In reality you don’t need to spend a lot of money to get organised. The key is to think about the “hot spots” in your home. In other words: what are the areas that let you down in terms of staying organised?
The longer things are left unattended, the more they have a tendency to pile up. Sounds obvious, I know, however....
“Your home must be so neat and organised!” This would be one of the most common statements people make when they learn I’m a Professional Organiser and President of the Australasian Association of Professional Organisers (AAPO). The answer however, may not be what everyone expects.
As a Professional Organiser I often work with clients who find a community of Silverfish living happily amongst their papers and other precious items. As this subject came up again recently, I’d like to share a number of solutions to help declutter the Silverfish along with your paperwork.
When a loved one passes, sometimes clients believe the only way to hold on to memories is to fill their homes with the deceased persons possessions. Often these items remain locked away in cupboards or furniture takes up precious space. The solution however may be far more simple and effective.
Please let me explain what I mean:
As a Professional Organiser I feel genuinely privileged when working with clients, as everyone has an organising challenge unique to their situation. My role's to support clients in setting up low cost, easy to use systems that’s designed to make life easier . In many ways, these systems are often similar to those I apply in own home and office and they're used because they do the job that's expect of them - and they work extremely well.
As parents one of the greatest gifts we can teach our children is how to get (and stay) organised. Not an easy task at the best of times, however the Honeycomb Drawer Organizer may just be the perfect solution.
A great product has come onto the market that’s not only practical but takes organising to a whole new level.
Time Waits For No Mum
Recently I heard time management described as aiming for the lifestyle balance we want to achieve. For most of us the reality is far more complicated than this, because we’re busier than ever.
Often I hear clients say they experience a sinking feeling every time the wardrobe’s opened…or they feel weighed down by the amount of clothes accumulated over time.