• The Art of Tidying Up - By Kim Carruthers - Ventura Press


Welcome to Less IS More where the mission is to make your life easier by helping you declutter the things that don't make you smile.  Do you have:
    []  a mountain of paperwork
    []  four spare bottle openers
    []  an ugly heirloom tea set
    []  every art work your child has ever produced
    []  a half-finished craft project (or twelve)?

Unless you love them, none of these things make your life better.

We offer practical support, individualised training and online mentoring to help you separate the essentials from the clutter.

We help you let go of the guilt, along with all those items that you haven't used / finished / stored / displayed / sorted or dusted yet.

Ready to get started?  Procrastination is your biggest enemy.
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    []  Find a service package that meets your needs.
    []  Read our blog for decluttering hints and tips
    []  Contact me to discuss your de-cluttering and organizing needs or to book a session.
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Recent Articles

Clocks - if they haven't been re-set for daylight saving...
October 07, 2015

Do you have any clocks that haven't been re-set for daylight saving? Update them now before you end up an hour late for an appointment and feel like a gallah. If you can't be bothered updating that clock, or can't...

Test your fire alarm
October 02, 2015

This is a very easy task, but one that means a lot to me after losing a classmate and her young daughter to a house fire. Please go and press the 'test' on your fire alarms to check if they...

Did you see the Art of Tidying Up on Channel 9 mornings?
September 15, 2015

I've never been so far out of my comfort zone as I was yesterday on Channel 9! 

Kim Carruthers Channel 9 Mornings - The Art of Tidying Up


10 ways to master your paperwork
September 07, 2015

Declutter paper work"How should I deal with my piles of paperwork" or "How can I file paperwork" are questions I get all the time.

My short answer is "don't".