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The Art of Decluttering Amy Revell

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Amy Revell is a Declutter Coach and Professional Organiser and wants you to experience freedom from clutter in your head, heart and home!
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    Mary Poppins Part 2

    Mary Poppins Part 2

    It's Part 2 of our Mary Poppins mini series. In this two part mini series explore the world of Mary Poppins with me as we glean some wisdom from the pages and screen of her delightful and practically perfect in every way character.
    This week we explore the below characteristics of Mary Poppins (listen to last weeks episode for the first 4 lessons)
    5. She has natural talent
    6. She is a problem solver
    7. She empowers those around her
    8. She comes and goes as needed
    I hope you're inspired to look at getting organised in a whole new light with these lessons from an iconic character.
    I'd love to ask you to leave a Google review today - it takes less than 2 minutes and it will make a huge impact on others confidence to listen/ engage/ join with our community and services around the world. Think of it as your way of giving back :) https://g.page/r/CaTTEYtgIiQTEBI/review
    You may also like to listen to these episodes:
    Mary Poppins Part 1
    The Minimal Mom
    Might As Well
    5 Home Truths
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    • 17 min
    Mary Poppins Part 1

    Mary Poppins Part 1

    Just a spoonful of sugar makes the medicine go down. This and many other lessons on tidying/ organising and decluttering can be learnt from Mary Poppins. In this two part mini series explore the world of Mary Poppins with me as we glean some wisdom from the pages and screen of her delightful and practically perfect in every way character.
    This week we explore these characteristics of Mary Poppins
    1. She makes light of heavy work
    2. She has a positive attitude in dreary work
    3. She does the right thing
    4. She is comfortable being herself
    Make sure you tune in next week for the final 4 characteristics and how you can embody them to have greater success in your journey to minimalism and intentional living.
    I'd love to ask you to leave a Google review today - it takes less than 2 minutes and it will make a huge impact on others confidence to listen/ engage/ join with our community and services around the world. Think of it as your way of giving back :) https://g.page/r/CaTTEYtgIiQTEBI/review
    You may also like to listen to these episodes:
    The Minimal Mom
    Might As Well
    5 Home Truths
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    • 15 min
    2 Factor Authentication

    2 Factor Authentication

    Today we explore how you can reduce impulse buying and remain intentional in your purchasing.
    Think of it like adding 2 Factor Authentication (2FA) to your purchases. Basically you're making it just a little inconvenient for you to purchase things that might just end up as clutter quicker than you'd like.
    Some ideas that might act as your 2FA
    - Have a time delay on purchases over a certain amount of money
    - Have someone else keep your Amazon password (not to control, but to make purchases somewhat inconvenient for yourself)
    - Unsubscribe from marketing emails so you're not being enticed to buy things you don't need
    - Uninstall shopping apps from your phone
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    You may also like to listen to these episodes:
    The Minimal Mom
    Delaying Purchases
    Opportunity Cost/ Cost Benefit Analysis
    Consumerism
    Love It
    Use It
    Need It
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    • 16 min
    The Minimal Mom - Dawn Madsen

    The Minimal Mom - Dawn Madsen

    Today I'm joined by guest Dawn Madsen, also known as the Minimal Mom. Dawn embraced minimalism 9 years ago when her children were young and this decision has had radical flow on effect for their families happiness, satisfaction and connection.
    We explore what minimalism look like when you embrace it as a family. What the benefits are and what it looks like to start this journey yourself. We even explore what it's like when your minimalism leads to you being able to live debt free and the freedom that brings with it.
    Dawn reaches over 1 million women each month with her message of minimalism, follow her online to learn from her amazing videos and podcast
    Minimal Mom on YouTube
    Minimal Mom Website
    I'd love to ask you to leave a Google review today - it takes less than 2 minutes and it will make a huge impact on others confidence to listen/ engage/ join with our community and services around the world. Think of it as your way of giving back :) https://g.page/r/CaTTEYtgIiQTEBI/review
    You may also like to listen to these episodes:
    Might As Well
    Time Will Tell
    Minimalism
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    • 31 min
    Close The Loop

    Close The Loop

    There is a special overwhelm that is caused by open loops in your mind. Open loops are things that are mid-undertaking, halfway done, nearly finished, almost there, just need this final thing etc.
    If you think of every task as having a start, middle and end - and it's not until you actually finish the task that you can close the loop.
    One of the HUGE barriers to organisation with our clients are open loops. Often these loops are things like "I want to sell that item rather than donate it" and so the item sits for literally months and months because the loop is open but the overwhelm of the steps required to close it are too hard.
    Learn today what an open loop is, why they're sabotaging your success and importantly how to close them (oh and the incredible benefits of closing your loops).
    I'd love to ask you to leave a Google review today - it takes less than 2 minutes and it will make a huge impact on others confidence to listen/ engage/ join with our community and services around the world. Think of it as your way of giving back :) https://g.page/r/CaTTEYtgIiQTEBI/review
    You may also like to listen to these episodes:
    Might As Well
    Enough
    Time Will Tell
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    • 17 min
    Stocktake

    Stocktake

    When was the last time you got genuinely excited about doing a stocktake in your home? Oh man, it's one of my FAVOURITE things to do, especially in the kitchen.
    In my house, we call a kitchen stocktake EAT YOURSELF OUT OF HOUSE AND HOME and the concept is we use up as much as we can from our fridge, freezer and pantry over the month of June. One year we saved $1000 in groceries by cooking and eating food which we'd already purchased!
    The best place to start with a stocktake is your kitchen, but you could do it with clothes, toys, business supplies, office supplies, kitchen plastics... wherever you keep inventory (so basically everywhere) you can do a stocktake for the purpose of knowing exactly what you have and then deciding exactly what you think you'll need in the future.
    Learn how to do a stocktake in your home, how it can help you save time money and energy (new word... monergy!!)
    I'd love to ask you to leave a Google review today - it takes less than 2 minutes and it will make a huge impact on others confidence to listen/ engage/ join with our community and services around the world. Think of it as your way of giving back :) https://g.page/r/CaTTEYtgIiQTEBI/review
    You may also like to listen to these episodes:
    Running Out
    Pantry 101
    Opportunity Cost/ Cost Benefit Analysis
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    Become a Patron – your monthly donation makes a huge difference to me being able to produce this podcast. Donations can be as little as $1 a month!Follow me on InstagramFollow me on FacebookJoin my Facebook groupLeave a review on Apple Podcast
    Thank you to my sound engineer, Jarred from Four4ty Studio
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    • 17 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
77 Ratings

77 Ratings

Melo2345 ,

Practically Perfect!

(Writing this after listening to the Mary Poppins episode…)
I’ve been listening to this show from the U.S. for a few months now, and I have learned so much! In addition to being highly informative, these episodes are very well constructed-I have no trouble following the recommendations and often come away with a quote or two that helps motivate me. Amy, thank you for your insights and your wonderful spirit. You and your team bring comfort to many. Wishing you all continued success! 🙏🏾💕

ah0981 ,

I have listened to every single episode

I love the podcast and have gotten SO much knowledge, joy, comfort, and inspiration from it. And I especially love it after Amy became the solo host. From one Amy to another, thank you, and please keep ‘em coming!!!

susanr0120 ,

"Auntie Amy's harsh home truths"

I've been listening to Amy's podcast for about a year now and I'm so, so grateful for her guidance!

If you haven't heard it yet, or you just need a good reminder, I recommend S3, EP18 "5 home truths" as a great start!

I have a long way to go on my decluttering journey.
I feel like I have someone who truly cares and wants me to succeed when I listen to Amy 🌞

That's been very helpful.

S3, EP18 is a really good reminder that when my life is impacted by clutter, I've lost so much freedom and time.

Keep up the great work, Amy 🌞

You give me hope for a clutter free future 💪🏽🔥😎

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