Over 50s Lifestyle Vlogcast

Unclutter your life with The Unclutter Angel

October 1, 2020
Unclutter your Life

The effect of being unorganized and surrounded by clutter also has an effect on our minds and bodies. It can also affect other areas of our lives without us realising it.

Have you ever walked into a room and wanted to walk right out? The clutter that has accumulated is overwhelming so you just shut the door and try to forget about it.

My next guest may have the solution to reduce our stress, anxiety and bring calm and peace to our home environment.

I’m delighted today to introduce, Angela Agranoff The UNCLUTTER Angel who helps organize Heavenly Spaces in Earthly Places

Angela offers solutions to end the frustration of being unorganized, and gives encouragement to move forward and take action with their organizing projects

During the interview we discussed:

  • Clutter strategies including Mindset and the Emotional Freedom Techniques ‘tapping’
  • Ways to reduce stress, anxiety and bring calm and peace to our home environment.
  • The Two elements to uncluttering your life
  • The Unclutter Camp
  • Tips to help you start uncluttering your life today

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Meet Angela

Angela Agranoff, the Unclutter Angel, is a wife, mother of three, clutter coach, author, and speaker. Angela offers clutter strategies, creative solutions and unique tools to end the frustration of being unorganized. She gives effective support and encouragement to help clients move forward with decluttering and take action to complete organizing projects! 

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10 Comments

  • Reply Christina Henry October 1, 2020 at 17:57

    Hi Sue and Angela, I love watching shows about organising, they get me motivated. I come from a family of hoarders, but I find that the males are usually worse than the females. My husband and elder son are terrible! I’d love to know how to motivate my husband to give up his mother’s ancient wooden ironing board that he keeps for sentmental reasons! Thanks for a great interview , regards Christina

    • Reply Sue Loncaric October 4, 2020 at 09:46

      Hi Christina, it is difficult to sometimes for people to let go of things that have an emotional attachment. My 93 year old MIL had an emotional attachment to everything she owned which made preparing for the sale of her home a huge job! Good luck with motivating your husband! xx

  • Reply Sue October 1, 2020 at 20:19

    Dear Sue and Friends, “visual noise.” Somewhere? on the net, was that classic description for clutter.

  • Reply Toni Pike October 1, 2020 at 21:07

    It’s wonderful to meet Angela here. I love decluttering, but always need to do better. I find it so satisfying and relaxing to try to have just have what I need and use – although I’ve still got a long way to go. Toni x

    • Reply Sue Loncaric October 4, 2020 at 09:47

      Hi Toni, you are really making huge changes in all areas of your life in 2020. I think we are all WIPs and that isn’t a bad thing. x

  • Reply Donna Connolly October 1, 2020 at 23:38

    HI, Sue and Angela – Thank you for sharing this very inspiring session. I’m a combination of Toni and Christina. I love decluttering but need to continue to go deeper with this. I also need to declutter when my husband is away on a golf trip….or at least a very long golf game. Otherwise, it is simply a lesson in frustration! 😀

    • Reply Sue Loncaric October 4, 2020 at 09:48

      Hi Donna, Mike is such a minimalist probably because his Mum was such a hoarder. I’m in the middle and there are some items I will never give away because they are my only connection with my Mum. I am becoming more minimalist and letting go more often these days. x

  • Reply Sue-Anne at SisterStay October 6, 2020 at 04:02

    Ooh, this is a tricky topic. I do like a certain amount of clutter, but only my own!! I’m not keen on my husband’s and sometimes clear it out when he’s gone (which he never notices)…

    • Reply Sue Loncaric October 8, 2020 at 08:24

      Sometimes we just need to find that balance don’t we? Between keeping special things but not being too sentimental to try to keep everything. My husband is a minimalist so I don’t have a clutter problem with him. 🙂

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