I am passionate about helping you declutter. We do this by letting go of any ‘stuff’ that is getting in the way of you enjoying your life. I’m often described as calm and un-shockable. I grew up in a chaotic, messy, but welcoming home – so please don’t worry about how your home looks.
How did I get into decluttering?
As a community physiotherapist I worked with people with disabilities in order to improve their quality of life. After taking time out to have my children I chose to go back to one-to-one working with people. This meant doing something I had always really enjoyed- decluttering!
With three children born in five years, I know a fair bit about juggling. I love working flexibly with families of all ages to simplify the clutter which accompanies normal family life.
Who do I work with?
People of all ages (including children) – and I have a particular interest in helping people who have always been disorganised. I often work with clients with ADHD to help create systems which work for them and reduce their overwhelm.
If you visited my house right now it certainly wouldn’t look perfect, because I believe people are more important than having a spotless house… However things at home do have a place and we always aim to keep clutter at bay.
What else makes me tick?
- Spending time with friends & family- preferably eating well and travelling
- Our lovely dog Rosie- rescued from Greece in 2016
- Community and diversity- learning from people different from me
- Art- I host an annual Open Studio for an artist friend
- I love my garden – we keep bees too
The professional stuff:
I’m an accredited member of APDO the national Association of Professional Declutterers and Organisers (UK). I help train new Professional Organisers for APDO and am also a board member. I hold Professional Indemnity & Liability Insurance and am registered with the ICO.
K, Shepherds Bush