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    Probably would not. Hate people going through my things and I'm a very organised person, so would be no use to me but I would definitely recommend it to a few people.

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    I had no idea there were franchises available for stuff like this

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    Oh! No I wouldn't utilise one but I am not a hoarder.

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    Yes I would definitely hire someone to organise me! I've recently been going systematically through my house and I feel like I'm getting nowhere. I would pay someone to help me in an instant especially when we'll be preparing to move into our new house soon. Someone to help organise before and after the move and maybe help with a list of people/companies I need to call to change our address and set up our new home would be awesome. I'd easily pay $40-50/hour for that service and then probably pay for someone to come once a year after that to reorganise everything too.

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    No I wouldn't pay for this because I enjoy doing it for myself I get a lot of satisfaction from tidying and organizing my house and life lol.
    I would imagine lots of people would like the idea in theory but not sure how many would look for this service and actually book in and pay for it?

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    I would fantasise about hiring someone to do that, but reality at the moment anyway is that's disposable income I don't have when I could do the job myself if I really wanted to make the effort, sounds like a great idea

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    Oh! No I wouldn't utilise one but I am not a hoarder.
    You don't necessarily need to be a hoarder, just disorganised. Clutter makes it harder to be organised so decluttering is the first step to being organised.

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    Good lord yes.

    But I fantasise about a housekeeper so I don't have to 'adult'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    You don't necessarily need to be a hoarder, just disorganised. Clutter makes it harder to be organised so decluttering is the first step to being organised.
    I am actually the opposite of a hoarder. I throw out things all the time. My husband will ask me where something is and I will say I haven't seen it, but usually it's been annoying me as it's been just sitting be there so I throw it away.

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    I wouldn't. The thing with de-cluttering is it's a very personal thing. It's up to the person culling to decide what is in or out so I'm not sure what role the person would hold? What would they actually do? I know you say help declutter but how?

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