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If you’ve ever been overwhelmed at the thought of decluttering and unsure where to start, then these articles are designed to support you in taking the next step.

You’re invited to read the latest organising and decluttering tips, designed to strengthen mental health, particularly readers who identify with anxiety, depression, ADHD, chronic disorganisation and/or may have hoarding tendencies.

Dr DeClutter always welcomes feedback regarding content. We also welcome suggestions regarding future decluttering and organising articles you’d like more information around, as it relates to your mental health.

Dr DeClutter receives many inquiries from people believing they – or someone they know – have hoarding behaviour. Most don’t.   Hoarding behaviour can look like chronic disorganisation. Put simply, people with hoarding behaviour experience chronic disorganisation and yet all
How an Organiser Coach Helps Focus the ADHD Brain  If you identify with ADHD, it can sometimes be a challenge focusing attention and energy.  Additional challenges arise if  decluttering and organising your home isn't an enjoyable task. Overwhelm, distractibility and
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Hiring a coach is a great way to increase awareness around clutter triggers, explore organising strengths and have accountability when it comes to decluttering your home or office environment. The International Coaching Federation (ICF) defines coaching as “partnering with clients in a thought-provoking
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You’re ready to hire a Professional Organiser to help you declutter and organise your home.  The question of how to know which Professional Organiser will be the best fit often arises and it’s a fair question.  While it’s true that
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