One of the things Marie Kondo is most famous for is her folding method, which you can view here. I'm sure you'll agree, a drawer filled with beautifully folded items where you can see and find things easily would bring joy and harmony to anyone, especially someone who spends half their time rummaging in the bottom of their cupboard looking for things
People often hold onto things out of feelings of guilt, they feel that if they throw out a gadget that they never even used, a dress they never wore or food that hasn't been opened it is a waste. But what if I told you that whilst clearing out the clutter, you could make a few quid and benefit other people too?
As an organiser and de-clutterer I am constantly on the look out for new ways of wording to my hoarding clients the importance of life and experiences in comparison to items and belongings. How the latter, when 'abused?' can have negative effects on both our state of mind as well as relationships and even our health.
When you've found yourself tripping over that bag of clothes (which you've been meaning to 'sort out'/ebay/give to your friends/take to charity for the last six months or more), or cant even bare to sit in your own office anymore because it's so full of paper work that is starting to get covered in dust and cobwebs, a declutter can literally set you FREE!