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Amy Revell and Kirsty Farrugia are Professional Organisers and they chat about how they keep their homes organised and decluttered and how they help their clients to achieve the same.

The Art of Decluttering Amy Revell & Kirsty Farrugia

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    • 4.5, 202 Ratings

Amy Revell and Kirsty Farrugia are Professional Organisers and they chat about how they keep their homes organised and decluttered and how they help their clients to achieve the same.

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
202 Ratings

202 Ratings

Faibuples ,

Physical and emotional aspects

Deals with the physical and emotional process of decluttering. Provides guidance and entertainment.

Jackieislistening ,

Good podcast but inappropriate ads

Enjoy the podcast but find all the ads about cord blood a little confronting. The ads pray on parental guilt and the fear that your child may become ill. This is a big trigger for many.

Karli78 ,

Decluttering can’t be any easier than with the Art of Decluttering 🙌

Hello Decluttering Queens, I’ve never left a review on any podcast before but I wanted to say thanks. Over the past couple weeks I began listening from the beginning... not done yet but I will catch up and then eagerly await new episodes to help keep on track.
I’ll be honest I’ve always thought I’m fairly organised yet now have begun to focus on the function in my spaces - as much as the decluttering.
My Ah-ha moment was listing to sentimental items today. It’s funny how when you’re open to learning the teacher arrives!! My take away moment was to give my precious items a voice, share my stories say what/why this makes them special to me.
I’ve also shared this podcast with family especially (MIL) I have some super sentimental family members that like to keep items for my children (11yo Son & 13yo Daughter “in case”. My point has always been -what you view as an important item -may not be theirs; you articulate this and all these points really well.
The helpful tips in every episode and friendly banter makes me feel like I’m sitting with friends as I laugh out loud.. either driving to and from work or headphones on doing house work.
Today alone, I can see by me revisiting & decluttering areas in the house this past couple of weeks has inspired or motivated my hubby and kids to go in their spaces and add to my salvos bags and donate pile (I feel like I’m Jedi mind tricking them 😂). We moved out old furniture from my sons room and he’s now just using drawer that are wider and see through (ikea) so now he can throw his clothes in them with ease.
In words of Maya Angelou “when you know better, you do better” - thanks again for teaching me the gift of life learning and changing when things aren’t working to try new things and that leading by example can inspire change. I still have have more to do but really have ended my weekend feeling lighter and like I’ve really achieved something.

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