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    Lol thanks for the replies 😄 great feedback, keep it coming please!

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    No I wouldn't but that's because I hate clutter and I drop a bag (if not two!) off to Vinnies weekly.
    There is a market though. I think between $30 to $40 an hour would be reasonable, depending on who else is offering a similar service in your area and what their rates are?

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    Definitely not! I wouldn't like someone telling me what to arrange in my house or keep and get rid of.

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    Absolutely if I had the spare cash. My only reservation is as a pp mentioned I would be worried about the cost of items they suggest.

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    Hmm i was thinking of only max $30/hr and then trying to work with what they already have before buying more stuff ☺

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    Nope. Quite fond of doing that stuff myself.

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    Probably not, because only I know where I want to put everything. Plus I'm the antithesis of a hoarder so it would be totally unnecessary. I'm almost too ruthless, I frequently chuck stuff out then regret it some time later when I think "Damn it, could really use that now!"

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    I wouldn't pay someone to tell me how to organise it but I would pay someone to help me do it how I want. I can never get it done - I always have an excuse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    Probably not, because only I know where I want to put everything. Plus I'm the antithesis of a hoarder so it would be totally unnecessary. I'm almost too ruthless, I frequently chuck stuff out then regret it some time later when I think "Damn it, could really use that now!"
    ha I'm the same way!!

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    No, I wouldn't. I am already the Queen of Organisation and could probably teach said consultant a thing or two!

    I am constantly decluttering, organising, sorting and cleaning. The only things that don't get attended to regularly are the jobs I hate doing and allocate to DH!

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