Decluttering and organising
Are you feeling overwhelmed? Do you have areas of your home that need to be simplified, less cluttered and more efficiently organised? Let me help you get those spaces working so you can enjoy the time you spend in them – be it your kitchen, wardrobe, laundry, bathroom or children’s rooms. Sustainable, low-tox and reusuable options are my go-to during this process. I aim to use what you already own or can access easily, help responsibly dispose of what you no longer need and support you in acquiring less in the future to avoid the continuing cycle of acquiring/purging/acquiring.
In-home help and guidance
Initial consultation and assessment (3hrs) $275
Hourly rate thereafter $75 p/h
Included: In-home assessment where we will discuss what works and does not work for you, what you hope to achieve and how I can help you move towards that goal. I’ll guide and support you in the decision-making process, suggest how to best utilise your spaces and organise your belongings efficiently in a way that makes sense to you. At the end of the session I will take away any goods for donation and also offer advice on removal of other items if required. This is followed-up with a written plan of action with recommendations tailored to your specific needs and goals. Packages available upon request.
Packages available upon request to include what’s important to you:
*Cooking nourishing postpartum foods
*Support in building your village
*Advice on cleaning/washing routines using the safest, lowest tox cleaning methods for your family
*Baby and/or toddler proofing home audit
*Help creating optimal safe sleeping spaces
*Planning and setup of low-tox nursery including advice on what’s really essential and more importantly what not to buy
*Advice and recommendations on acquiring items that may be required – samples of smaller items such as swaddles, wraps and carriers, cloth nappies, wipes, bottles, dummies etc are also available to help you navigate through the (often completely new-to-you) world of baby-goods!
**All of this is done within the ethos of mindful consumption. Encouragement will always be to borrow, reuse, hire or buy second hand (if safe) before purchasing new. Babies come with few needs (food, warmth and shelter within a nurturing, responsive environment) but a lot of ‘stuff’ if we are not careful!