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    I would if the service offered included where to put storage solutions in the house ie. Lay out help where to put storage options such as coat rack, daily handbag placement etc. almost a bit of interior designer help.

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    No...because I'd most likely..actually definitely not stick to the advice and things wouldn't stay in their place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    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?
    It would be about making the person really think about what they did and did not need.

    Eg I know you bought that coat while you lived overseas and it has good memories, but it has a hole in it and doesn't match any of your other clothes, do you really need that? - be their voice of reason.

    Or I know you paid $80 for that mascara but it's 3 years old and you have 3 others you use more. And that bottle of toner you have there, I know it's 1/2 full but you don't have blonde hair anymore. Do you think you will go back to blonde in the next year? No? Well get rid of it.

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    I would if the service offered included where to put storage solutions in the house ie. Lay out help where to put storage options such as coat rack, daily handbag placement etc. almost a bit of interior designer help.
    It would absolutely include this. Storage solutions are also a key to being organised, like a dedicated tray or folder for bills when you bring them in from the letterbox. It means you don't have post laying everywhere and I'd suggest that 5-10 minutes every night be dedicated to sorting, paying and filing bills.

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    Nope but I have family members that should.


 

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