Decluttering Solutions Blog
We live in a world filled with instagramable pantries and images of exotic lives shown in a perfect light. But really, we should all know that these captured moments are most likely a facade for lives that are anything but perfect.
We have all had years in our lives where work, health, relationships and circumstance just seem to conspire against us.
Creatives are notorious for overstuffed spaces. I recently worked with a client to help her take stock of not only what she needed, but most importantly WOULD use.
So, if celebrating this new phase deserves rituals and traditions, why not empower yourself with a welcome-to-retirement declutter.
You may have already decided what will happen with your valuable possessions, but what about the minutiae of household goods you need to declutter?
At any stage in your pre and post retirement journey, managing personal possessions can be an obstacle to the life you both want and need.
As a New Year resolution Decluttering Solutions wants to reflect on how we too need to meet the provider standards set by the Aged Care Quality & Safeguards Commission.
Things we know our Mum loved, said were precious and valuable. Was that still true? Did we need a charitable outlet, an auction house or the Antiques Roadshow?
It’s the 11th October 2021, there were long lines aplenty outside of barber shops, boutiques and other non-essential stores, but no lines were longer than outside of KMart!
Is it a scary or exciting thought letting people into your home? Are you wanting out but at the same time, afraid for your health and safety?
It’s a tsunami of pain, grief, anger, joy…and every emotion in between. Though overwhelming, that sort-and-purge can be an important part of your grieving.
While you are being that active retiree pursuing your hobbies and interests, I suggest you actively pursue decluttering as well…whatever the vision for your future.