Clutter Rescue Philosophy –
Moving Mums from BUSY to Balanced
The Clutter Rescue philosophy was developed after working at the coal face, with busy Mums in their own homes to help them declutter and organise their home, schedule and life.
We’ve organised everything from a garage to junk drawer, kitchen, office (too many to count!), toy room, bedroom, wardrobe, linen press, laundry, under stairs, entry way, bike room, wine room, a warehouse … and way to many other areas to list!
Through all of this experience we’ve come to realise that mums need more than just steps on how to organise this, declutter that. Yes that’s important, and you’ll find that on the Clutter Rescue website as well, but as Clutter Rescue’s owner and a busy Mum myself I know mums are smarter than that.
That’s where our New Definition of BUSY and the Eight Traits of an Organised Mum come in.
This stuff will make you think. It may even press some buttons, push you to the limit and maybe, just maybe, change your mindset a little.
I am not here to make your life more difficult – far from it, I want to help you simplify it! – but I truly believe from the bottom of my heart that our New Definition of BUSY and the Eight Traits of an Organised Mum will help you gain more balance in your life.
But it’s up to you to take this new approach and fly! I promise that if you do you will improve your life, your space and most importantly your schedule.
What Mum doesn’t want that?
I thought the best way to share our philosophy with you was to create two videos – one on each aspect of our philosophy. They work together and really aren’t separate entities – but the video would have been too long if I did them all together!
If you’d like a written copy of these just sign up for our mailing list. All of this information is in the first two days of our FREE five-day mini-organising course (with the other three days sharing other cool stuff with you).
So what makes us different to all the other Professional Organising businesses out there? How do we help busy mums move from BUSY to Balanced?
This is our new definition of BUSY
And these are the Eight Traits of an Organised Mum