Thursday, September 27, 2012

Workshop Series: Clutter-free for Life!

Do you have lots of stuff? Is it all over the place, running amok, weighing down on you? No worries! Next month we're offering a special workshop series on living free of clutter! Join professional organizer Galit Maxwell - a member of the Australasian Association of Professional Organisers - for three practical sessions on how to organize your living space.

Here's Galit's introduction to living a clutter-free life:

Spring is here; it's time to let go of the layers of fat and the layers of clutter we built around ourselves over winter.

So which comes first - the body diet or the house diet? You'll find that by starting to look after your home you will naturally feel more inclined to look after yourself too.

I help my clients understand their relationship with their belongings and gain awareness of the any negative effects it has on their lives.

Clutter is a stagnant energy that disturbs the flow of the life force energy in our home and workplace. Clutter can be things we don't use anymore, things we dislike, too much stuff in a small space or anything unfinished or broken.

Clutter affects your energy levels and can make you feel tired and lethargic. So even the thought of clearing your clutter can be overwhelming. Use spring's vital fresh energy to help you get started to sort your clutter, take control of your home again and feel light.

The workshop details:

Session 1: 16 October. What is clutter anyway? Why do people accumulate clutter and hold on to their stuff? The effects of clutter on our health, wealth and happiness.

Session 2: 30 October. Organizing tips and feng shui principles for all areas of your home.

Session 3: 13 November. How to sort your clutter: a step-by-step guide to clearing your stuff by yourself without having a nervous breakdown. Paper clutter: how to tackle the monster called paper. How to maintain a clutter-free life.

Where: Healium!

Time: 6.30 to 8 pm.

Cost: $95 prepaid by 9 October for all three sessions.

For more information or to register, email Galit at or visit

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