Since the Dawn of time, when cavemen (or cave-women!) invented the first tool, organising began. That first man-made tool required a spot, (it’s own home), where our ancestors could retrieve it day in and day out. It needed to be accessible and in close proximity to them. Similarly the tools that we use today are the ones that surround us in our homes, our stuff.
Where it started for me was the A-H-A moment I got when Aussie legend and organising expert, Peter Walsh, first shared his secrets to decluttering on the Oprah Winfrey Show. Since then I still enjoy the very relevant and interesting life lessons and perspective that Peter brings to our homes.
As a little girl I would find things in my home to give away to friends, the senior citizens in the nursing home down the road, or to sell. My mum comments about it even now. I later came to realise it’s one of my core strengths of placing people above material things.
One strength in this role is the opportunity to connect with others. Clients are protective about their possessions because it’s what their belongings mean to them.
Our team is a knowledge reservoir of organising and decluttering tips and tricks. We don’t shy away from clutter easily so there’s no need to be ashamed.
With a non-judgemental approach, years of experience in Department of Communities, and background in Psychology, we Organise Perth.
Founder of Organising Perth
Professional Member of IOPO
Organising Perth acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land who are the Whadjuk people of the Noongar (Nyungar) boodjar, paying respects to the elders past, present and emerging and extend that respect to every Indigenous person. We acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded by the First Nations people, and this land was, is and always will be traditional Aboriginal land. We encourage greater awareness, education and understanding for a better future here in the South West.