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    Would you pay for a decluttering and organising consultant?
    Theyd come to your home and chat with you and give you a plan to implement. Then if you need further help theyd help accordingly.
    And how much would you pay?

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    No I wouldn't.

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    If I could afford it, I would. I can't afford anything though haha.

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    Hmmmm in theory I'd say yes but I'm not sure if I can actually see myself booking it in. I'd be worried that they'd suggest a bunch of really expensive things I need to buy to get things more organized which would put me off.

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    No i probably wouldnt.

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    No I wouldn't because I think I know what needs to be done. Just need to get around to doing it.

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    No, because de cluttering is one of my favourite things! Maybe I should start my own business...
    I think there's most definitely a market for this though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jontu View Post
    No I wouldn't because I think I know what needs to be done. Just need to get around to doing it.
    This is me. I know what to do, I'm just too lazy to do it.

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    If I had excess money yes. Sorry I don't.
    I think 30 to 40 a hour if your not suppling storage containers.

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    I would rather make the plan myself and have someone else implement it haha. I already know exactly what needs doing, but sitting here with my hot choc is much more appealing

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