Welcome to Less is More where our 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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Contact me to discuss your decluttering and organizing needs or to book a session.


Recent Articles

Decluttering the medicine cabinet
March 31, 2017

This is a job that needs doing approximately every six months. You don't want to get caught short when you need something as it hasn't been replaced or find that that what you need is out of date.  Pull out...

The Fallacy of Sunk Costs
March 14, 2017

Sunk costs are basically money that has been spent on something and is now lost and cannot be recovered. This is a worthwhile idea to consider when you are decluttering -things we have bought in the past and have kept,...

Ditch the guilt, ditch the clutter in 10 easy steps
March 09, 2017

This week I want to tackle the hard stuff. The memorabilia and sentimental items that can be so hard to let go. Your adult child’s first teddy bear, a craft item made by a grand-daughter many years ago, china passed...

Decluttering electrical cords
February 28, 2017

Does this look familiar? A drawer, box or shelf full of unwanted, outdated and unused electrical cords. Think about it. How many times you have gone to the that drawer or shelf and actually needed one of those cords?  Spend...