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Clare’s Clutter Clearing Story – No Support Network

By Clutter Clearing | Oct 18, 2021 |
Clare Clutter Clearing

I didn’t have a support network when I was clearing my clutter 20 years ago. My parents didn’t understand why I struggled with my clutter. To them it was just ‘too much stuff’ and I needed to be ruthless and ‘get rid’ of most of it. They didn’t understand that to me my ‘stuff’ represented…

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Is Your Glass Half Empty or Half Full?

By Clutter Clearing | Sep 13, 2021 |
glass half full

People Who Wonder Whether The Glass Is Half Empty Or Half Full Are Missing The Point. The Glass Is REFILLABLE. (Anon) When you think about letting go of things in your clutter, are you thinking about how empty your glass will be or what you’ll be able to fill the other half with? Your answer…

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Clare’s Clutter Clearing Story – Boundaries

By Clutter Clearing | Jul 26, 2021 |
Clare Clutter Clearing

I didn’t know about boundaries until I went to therapy that first time, and I’ll be honest – what I learnt scared me. My therapist Meg already knew my brother and my father. It’s was ironic that the only one who hadn’t been to see her was my mother. I can still hear Meg’s voice…

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Sue’s Success

By Clutter Clearing | Jun 17, 2021 |
Clutter clearing journey diagram

On 17th June Sue reached the peak of Step 4 of her Journey. This means she has completely cleared her clutter in at least 1 room or area of her home. By the time Sue reached the peak she had completely cleared her hallway. Sue’s stats are: It took her 8 weeks to climb Step…

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Social Gathering Survey Results – Making Time

By Clutter Clearing | Jun 5, 2021 |
Results blocks

Question 1: Do you struggle to make time to do your Clutter Clearing? 50% – YES 33% – Sometimes Question 2: Do you struggle to accept that you only have 168 hours in a week and you have to prioritise what you do with those hours? 67% – Sometimes Question 3: Do you prioritise things…

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