The Concept of Minimalism is not New....
Updated: Jan 27
William Morris the English designer, craftsman & poet who lived from 1834-1896 said:
'Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful.'
This is good advice and when put into practice can be a useful check on what we decide to keep or not, as well as with what we buy.
Clutter builds up over a period of time, but can get to a point of being overwhelming.
This can then have a very negative impact on our mental health & wellbeing.
As a professional organiser, I help people to alleviate this stressful state of living, by working with them to reassess their living space, show them how to create a fulfilling one that is beautiful to them, and practical for their physical needs.
What I do changes peoples lives, and that is why I am so passionate about it.
Living efficiently gives us more time to enjoy the pleasurable things in life.
It raises our self-esteem
It reduces our stress level
It increases our motivation
Fundamentally, it has a very positive effect on our overall mental health & wellbeing.
Not everyone is organised, but there is nothing wrong in asking for help with things that we find difficult.
Why do I do what I do:
'What many people find very difficult, I find easy - it's as simple as that!'
If you have any questions you can:
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me on 07775 728447
With Very Best Wishes,