My Interview with Homes & Gardens Magazine - "The ClutterBug Philosophy – find out which organizing style best suits your tidying habits"
Homes & Gardens Magazine is Britain’s oldest decorating magazine. With 7.3 million global monthly users, and 9 million global average monthly page views, the magazine showcases classic design that stands the test of time.
In the interview, I was asked my opinion about the different organizing styles and tidying habits. When analyzing a disorganized home, people can be categorized into 4 types of “clutterbugs.” Deciding which category of clutterbug you fall into can be essential to transforming your cluttered home into a functional home. In this article; fellow professional home organizers and I dive into these 4 categories.
Here’s a little excerpt from the article:
A ClutterBug is someone who loves to collect many things that have a personal meaning or value. This is not the same as a hoarder who will likely keep a hold of something irrespective of its value. For a ClutterBug, these items are then incredibly difficult to declutter given the piece’s sentimental weight in their lives, leading to some eccentric collections and poorly organized spaces.