Professional Organiser and Declutterer Sarah Macnaught’s Live Facebook Feed.

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I'm a Professional Declutterer for when emotional and physical challenges or lack of precious time stops you 'going it alone' in getting things sorted. - Association of Professional Declutterers and Organisers (APDO) member - US National Association of Senior Move Managers (NASMM) international member - Alzheimers Society Dementia Champion - Age UK preferred supplier - St John First Aider
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Letting go of a lifetime of possessions serves as a very useful time to curate your life. Keeping only the things that have true meaning for you lets everyone else understand you so much more quickly. This Boston retirement home gets that...

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/09/22/opinion/sunday/a-retirement-homes-lessons-in-how-to-keep-in-touch.html
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So while the debates rages over ageist labels for my clients, I call them by their preferred name and get on with the art of decluttering and curating a life time of memories. As a Senior Move Manager™, Declutterer, Professional Organiser, Productivity Coach etc, I have no idea what describes me best either. So my clients call me "Sarah". Together, we have no time for political correctness when dealing with a lifetime of belongings and a deadline. Best of all, we have a lot of laughs and fun along the way, no matter what people call us.

https://nasmm.wordpress.com/2018/09/24/4295/
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Rightsize shared Eco Organiser's video.
My favourite eco-organiser Tanya Lewis on stage at the Sydney Opera House last week showing the folks how to fold a fitted sheet. Classic viewing for all us Professional Organisers out there APDO private group IOPO Members' Lounge
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How to fold a fitted sheet. Fun time sharing my method on how to fold a fitted sheet at the Sydney Opera House for #Antidote festival #fittedsheet #howto
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Thoughtful article by The Wealth Man - it's not just about getting rid of things, it is examining why we acquire things in the first place...
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Tanya Lewis puts it like this: Where is 'away'? She couldn't even find it on Google Earth so there is probably no such place. So when you throw something 'away', think again. It is probably still 'there'.

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