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HOW TO DEAL WITH CLUTTER BELONGING TO YOUR KIDS – THE PRO’S REVEAL THEIR TOP TIPS

HOW TO DEAL WITH CLUTTER BELONGING TO YOUR KIDS – THE PRO’S REVEAL THEIR TOP TIPS

I asked 8 amazing declutterers for their professional top tips on dealing with clutter belonging to kids.  Their tips are so helpful and I’ve put them into practice already.  Am sure you’ll get loads out of this.  Here’s what they said: Stop clutter before it starts and enjoy experiences with your children instead of buying more and more “stuff”. What children want most is time with their parents – and it doesn’t have to cost a penny.  Going to the…

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DECLUTTER 101: DEALING WITH OTHER PEOPLE’S CLUTTER

DECLUTTER 101: DEALING WITH OTHER PEOPLE’S CLUTTER

Whether you’re living in a shared house, have 6 kids, or you are cohabiting with the love of your life – dealing with other people’s stuff is really hard work and a massive bone of contention if you are trying to live a simpler life. Clutter can raise all sorts of feelings of overwhelmed and anxiety but unfortunately it’s not the done thing to toss out your husband’s jeans or a flatmates favourite lamp. Not matter how much they stress…

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DECLUTTER 101: LETTING GO OF SENTIMENTAL ITEMS

DECLUTTER 101: LETTING GO OF SENTIMENTAL ITEMS

In the last post in this series. We started to tackle the mound of clutter in our homes and kicked off the beginning of a beautiful decluttering adventure…..ahh all apart from the big box still sitting in your house marked ‘maybe?’  Am I right ? – clothes, books, old toys, that stuff is easy to get rid of (some of it’s not so don’t worry if you’re sat in a pile of bestsellers crying) but the other stuff is hard….

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5 ESSENTIAL TIPS TO MAKE YOUR INTERIORS SPARK JOY – the ultimate guide to simple living design

5 ESSENTIAL TIPS TO MAKE YOUR INTERIORS SPARK JOY – the ultimate guide to simple living design

First, lets dispel a myth.  A minimalist interior doesn’t have to mean living in a white box.  Far from it.  Some of the best examples of clever, simple designs are ones which use bags of colour and style. At it’s essence, minimalism is stripping away elements and focusing on function.  It’s a reaction to the overly decorated styles of early 20th century – think flocked wallpaper here.  However, It’s just not that practical to have a completely white interior to…

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