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    Default Would you ever hire the services of.....

    A home organiser. Someone who could come in and organise your home and your life.

    How much would you pay? What would you expect they do for that money?

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    Definitely! I'm hopeless at this sort of stuff.

    I would probably pay around $40-50 an hour because you wouldn't need it forever... It would be similar to a stylist IYKWIM.

    I would want them to help me with my filing! (I throw it in a draw 😒)
    How I sort my clothes, draws
    Cupboards

    Um everything 😝 I basically need Pinterest ideas..... In my life!

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    Yes! I'm very time poor (DH and I have both upped our work hours recently). I need help with the house!

    I'd pay maybe $50-100 p/h depending on the service offered and how quickly they work.

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    I wouldn't because we have no spare money but I love the idea of it 😊

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    Maybe 150 for a "plan of attack" then 25 per hour to help

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    I'd love a home organizer but have non idea what they'd be worth. I like to think I'm organized but in reality I'm really not!

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    What do you mean organise home and life?

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    No, I wouldn't. I can't stand people moving my stuff/me not knowing where to find things.

    Maybe if I was rich, but couldn't justify it based on an average income.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    A home organiser. Someone who could come in and organise your home and your life.

    How much would you pay? What would you expect they do for that money?
    Like to de-clutter? Peter Walsh kind of thing? Yep totally. I'd want a fixed quote.

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    Default Would you ever hire the services of.....

    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    What do you mean organise home and life?
    Yeah your kitchen, bathroom, linen cupboard, wardrobe, paperwork / study. How to declutter (what to keep, sell or give away), how to put away things, how to schedule your home life.

    Quote Originally Posted by ScubaGal View Post
    Like to de-clutter? Peter Walsh kind of thing? Yep totally. I'd want a fixed quote.
    Yeah exactly like Peter Walsh.

    I'm thinking of becoming one either on my own or buying a franchise.


 

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