This week marks 6 years of The Art of Decluttering podcast!!
To celebrate we use the traditional gift of iron (the metal, not the home appliance) to learn more about decluttering.
Iron has 5 primary properties, each allows insight into the world of Professional Decluttering and Organising.
Lustrous “reflecting light evenly and efficiently without glitter or sparkle”
- At The Art of Decluttering we serving all clients equally without judgement. We don’t aim to bring glittery perfection, but practical freedom from clutter
Ductile (of metal) “the capability of being easily modified to suit other conditions, needs, or uses”
- We change to suit client needs. Sometimes tough love in a session is needed, sometimes a soft gentle touch, sometimes slow, other times fast.
Malleable “capable of being changed so as to fit new uses or situations : flexible, adaptable.”
- Flexible and adaptive to the types of sessions our clients need. We provide services for overwhelmed parents, downsizers, clients moving house, hoarding, busy professionals, physical and psycho-social disabilities.
Silver Grey “Grey is a flat colour and silver often has a reflective property to it”
- We bring a special touch to all we do, we want to leave you free from clutter but also with renewed purpose, increased capacity, more time, freed up money, excitement about the future
Magnetic “iron can form magnets or be attracted to magnets”
- We connect with you – we understand you. Whether through the podcast, newsletter, social media, book, sessions, courses, we want you to know you’re not alone and we’re here to help however we can.
- Remember too that clutter is magnetic so creating homes for items will stop piles appearing and flat surfaces attracting things that don’t belong on them.
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Thank you to my sound engineer, Jarred from Four4ty Studio