ORGANISING YOUR HOME

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People often get confused by what organising actually is. My definition for organising is “creating systems that think for you”. After you have decluttered, creating systems that do the thinking for you cuts down the mental workload and all those mini-decisions you have to make. Win! #amiright?!

Linen Cupboard Organisation: a practical starter guide

Linen Cupboard Organisation: a practical starter guide

- ORGANISING -Written by Bec Bradshaw @theeverydayorganiser FacebookInstagramPinterestWhether your linen is stored in a neat vertical cupboard, under the bed, or you’re not quite sure where it has spread to, organising your space so you know where to find things makes...

How to declutter your collection of books

How to declutter your collection of books

- So many books, so little time - Frank Zappa. - For people who are keen to reduce their collection Books open your mind to new worlds, concepts, ways of thinking, perspectives, adventures and can literally change your life. And yes, there are still some of us who...

What to do when your home doesn’t feel like “you” anymore

What to do when your home doesn’t feel like “you” anymore

Our homes tell the story of who we are Homes are our little pocket of calm in this crazy world that we can call our own. A place where we can walk around in our birthday suits, lie around in bed til noon, or light a candle and create our own sanctuary. We also...

Decluttering versus Organising – What to do first?

Decluttering versus Organising – What to do first?

The order of the universe Let’s be upfront. You declutter first, organise second. You can probably scroll through my Insta feed and count how many times I have said this (too many?) and yet, it’s one of the main reasons I see humans get stuck when it comes to wanting...

How to declutter for the 1st time ever: 7 tips for crazy-busy humans

How to declutter for the 1st time ever: 7 tips for crazy-busy humans

Stuff, stuff EVERYWHERE … A quick note: thank you to all you fabulous humans who have shared their stories of how they have shut down Netflix, got off their couch and decluttered their home. And are LOVING it! To learn the skill, check out my e-book: The Decluttering...

8 Ways to Spend Less Money on “Stuff”

8 Ways to Spend Less Money on “Stuff”

- ORGANISING - Written by Bec Bradshaw @theeverydayorganiser FacebookInstagramPinterest  Where does all my money go?! If you’re wondering where all your money went, a quick sticky beak into your cupboards, wardrobes and drawers will show you the answer. That top? $45....

4 things to do immediately after you move in

4 things to do immediately after you move in

Congrats on your new home! Whether you’re renting, have bought the first or forever home, moved into a new rental, or you’re being a smart cookie and saving your pennies (a.k.a serious cash) by moving back in with the parentals, these tips are to help you get set up...

Hi, I'm Bec!

Professional Organiser, Bsc (psych) grad and lover of all things home. I believe you can reduce stress in your home and bring in more flow.  I do the deep thinking part + create digital guides for you so you feel inspired and have a clear game plan you can implement. Transforming your home starts with you deciding you want things to change.

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