A Visual Guide to Decluttering (Digital)

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Ready to get rid of the clutter, but not entirely sure where to start?
To create a home with less stress and more flow starts with decluttering. Why? Because when we have stuff in our home that no longer makes us happy, it subtly makes us feel out of synch each day. It stops us from using our homes in the way we desire and leaves us feeling overwhelmed.
Decluttering is a series of decisions about almost every item in your home and it’s a visual process.
This guide is designed to deliver the tools you need to declutter and help you navigate the endless decisions by breaking down the complexity of the process.

How to use this digital guide: 
1. Take what you need.
2. Skip to the sections that answer your burning questions first.
3. Lastly, read it top to bottom.

This guide contains:
  • 33 pages focused on giving you the skill of decluttering
  • Tips free of any judgement 
  • What decluttering IS and what it is NOT
  • Deciding when in life is the right time to declutter?
  • Decluttering or organising – what comes first?
  • Motivation hacks to get you started
  • What to do if you still have too much stuff
  • When should you sell or donate an item?
This guide seeks to empower you to take back control in your own home and continue the journey or creating a home with more flow.
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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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