Decluttering with Celia Ranson
Celia Ranson is the owner of WeDeclutter, a home organisation and decluttering company. We have picked her brain for some decluttering tips for a happier, healthier home!
Growing up in Bath, Celia worked as an estate agent having been adamant that she wasn’t going to university. Two years later, Celia decided to complete a Building Surveying degree on a part time basis, whilst continuing to work. Her passion for decluttering started when she was helping family and friends declutter while studying to earn extra money and soon realised that she had found her dream job! Ever since, Celia has been decluttering homes and realised that being her own boss was incredibly important; particularly valuing the flexibility it offers.
Your home plays an integral and important part in your day-to-day, as well as overall wellbeing. Clutter can have a significant impact on how we feel when we arrive home from a stressful day and sets the tone for how we begin each new one. Below, we share top tips to declutter the busiest parts of your home!
“I find nothing more satisfying than helping people to restore order to their homes and to create systems that enable a clutter-free interior to be maintained long after I leave. An organised home that is free from unnecessary possessions not only looks so much better, but it simplifies your life too. It’s a weight off your mind when you know exactly where everything is and you feel as if you are in control of your home again.”Celia Ranson
Mess equals stress. Clutter can have a huge impact on our health and not just in the form of a trip hazard! A cluttered home has been linked to poor mental health and the impacts are finally being recognised, which is great. It’s something I was asked to talk about on the radio recently for the BBC’s Mental Health Awareness week.Celia Ranson
Celia can assist not only with general decluttering, but also downsizing, wardrobes, moving home and home styling. If you need any help or advice to declutter your home then contact Celia by visiting her website.