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Decluttering for Good Citizens
As an Organiser & decluttering coach, I help you use decluttering, education and elbow grease -- along with discipline and courage -- to target disorder and tricky personal matters. These can really chew up your time and attention. When you get them under control you can redirect that energy to more forward-thinking projects.
I especially like to work with helpers: caregivers, breadwinners with sidelines, creatives with day-jobs, working or go-it-alone parents, sole traders -- these and numerous other busy roles in the service of others can leave you surrounded with clutter and incomplete projects.
I am creating a beautiful online program especially for helpful people who take their responsibilities seriously (that's you, Good Citizens!), who need and deserve more time for your own life projects. It streamlines your application of the The Everies Book (see below or read more here) to focus directly on the good stuff.
The program is designed to help you take care of everything in manageable units so you can prioritise more effectively and take on projects close to your heart without letting other things slide. I expect to upload it within the next 4 weeks. If you want to be alerted, send me an email.
Meanwhile, see the main menu -- top left near the logo/Home button -- for heaps of options you can start right away!
When life or 'stuff' gets too confused, Inspector Ross will help you roll up your sleeves, restore order and get on with things. Read below, click around on the links and explore the menu. If you need help with anything, let me know!
Definitions of key terms as used on the next pages: [You can click on images to learn more.]
Pulling clutter apart to categorise it and discard or recycle what you don't really need.
Putting what's left into places where you can find it when you do really need it.
Helping you learn subjects or skills about, or arising from, decluttering.
Guiding you to tackle life directly, with attention to personal values.
Checking 27 property points that contribute to harmonious living.
This book now has a special companion volume of reminder bookmarks. Also available for separate download (at your own risk if you don't have the book to explain it all!).
Getting lost in a website can be frustrating. Here are some tips to make it easier to find your way through this one:
Pages are arranged to tell the Inspector Ross story in sequence, so you can just click on one page after another in the sidebar, or use the navigation buttons at the end of each page.
For desktop view especially: Where there are drop-down/slide menus in the sidebar, the main menu page also exists so you can click on that directly. E.g., Services amounts to 3 pages, not only the 2 drop-downs.
You can return to Home from any page by clicking the clipboard logo at top left.
Green links throughout the content move you to different parts of the site, but there is no 'back to' navigation function. Use your browser's back-button to return to the page you just linked from.
Links to uploads or external sites are usually in orange, but this is not always possible, e.g., in the blog.
Text in violet indicates future links, as yet inactive.
Links in images lead to pages that contain more information on the associated topic or, occasionally, about the image itself.
A note about links: External links merely suggest information that appears reliable. Think for yourself when following anyone’s advice. E-safety Tip: You can right-click a link and copy the address to paste it into a browser address bar, as a safer alternative to direct clicking. This is also useful if the link no longer works – you can trace back through the pasted address to the object's or site’s home page.
For downloads, right-click to Save As, then scan with your Anti-Virus or Anti-Malware program before opening.