woman

Making time and procrastination were two of my biggest challenges when I had my clutter challenge. I procrastinated with dealing my clutter for 3 years before I finally faced up to it and dealt with it. Like many clutterholics, I tried to convince myself that my problem was not enough time. When the weekend blitz’s…

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types of clutterholic

Did you know there are different types of clutterholics? You are not alone. Many people think that if you’re not as bad as the people you see on TV decluttering programmes – the hoarders – then your clutter isn’t that bad. When I had my clutter challenge and overcame it in 2001 I started helping…

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clutter

Did you know there are 7 ways that you can deal with your Clutter? Thanks to the TV programmes about decluttering and hoardings, many people incorrectly assume there are only a few ways to deal with a clutter problem, but that’s not true. Scroll through the 7 options listed below that are actually available to…

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concepts

Didn’t know there are 7 things you need to be aware of when you declutter? You are not alone. Discovering the Concepts ​ When time Clare Baker, Founder of Clutter Clearing had her clutter challenge and started modelling people who were clutter free to work out how to clear her clutter for good, she discovered…

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woman

1. Are you ready to try something very different to what you’ve tried before? ​ Most people start a Clutter Clearing Journey with Clare’s help after having tried other methods and solutions to their Clutter Challenge: Storage Solutions, Organisers, Self Storage etc. ​ When you start your Clutter Clearing Journey with Clare you need to…

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motivational tools

Ever feel ashamed of your clutter?Ever wish it would just all disappear over night and be gone once and for all?Feel as though people are or would judge you if they knew about your clutter? Good. I can confirm that you are normal and living in the real world. For some reason, admitting that we…

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television

Clare’s comments: This article, written in 2012, could as easily be applied to people’s internet, social media and mobile / cell phone use today. According to A.C. Nielsen, the average American watches 3 hours and 46 minutes of TV each day. That represents more than 52 days of non-stop TV-watching per year. By age 65 the…

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impulse buys

Have you ever bought something because you liked the look of it and then, when you got it home or a few days or weeks later become bored or disinterested in it? That initial allure in the shop fades and it becomes another impulse purchase that becomes clutter. Well, according to an article in Scientific…

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