Tidy

/ˈtaɪdi/

To bring order in something; arrange neatly.

Licious

/ˈlɪʃəs/

Someone or something that is delightful or extremely attractive.

Tidylicious home

/ˈtaɪdi ˈlɪʃəs həʊm/

An extremely attractive home where everything has been put in order in a delightful way.

Tidylicious home

A Tidylicious home is a home where there’s no clutter, just items you love, all stored away or displayed neatly whilst you know exactly where everything is.

If you would like to have a Tidylicious home, I can help you to achieve that. You might have too much clutter, or simply too many things and not enough storage space. Or perhaps you’ve already tidied up your home, but your home quickly gets messy again, or you find it difficult to finish your tidying.

Tidylicious will help you, in person or via video call, to tidy up your home using the KonMari Method®. This method is developed by Marie Kondo, a world renowned organising expert who has written two bestsellers about tidying up, Spark Joy and The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying.

If you’d like some help to get your home in order, call on Tidylicious.

Tidylicious

“If you put your house in order properly, you’ll be able to keep it tidy always, even if you are lazy or messy by nature. “

The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying, Marie Kondo

Why tidy?

  1. Do you dream of a clutter free home where you can relax?
  2. Do you feel guilty and stressed at home as you feel that you should be tidying instead of doing something you enjoy?
  3. Would you like a home that is always ready for visitors and video meetings?
  4. Do you spend too much time looking for stuff, not knowing where you put it? Perhaps even buying new items and ending up with duplicates? Have you had enough of this?

There are many other reasons why you might want to tidy, such as expecting a baby, moving house or after a loss. Whatever your reason, if you’d like to clear the clutter, contact Tidylicious now to start putting your home and life in order. Tidylicious can also help to organise your (home) office.

“Why bother with outer order? In my study of happiness, I’ve realised that for most of us, outer order contributes to inner calm.”

Outer Order Inner Calm, Gretchen Rubin

"Thank you so much. I’m going to sleep now with a grin of satisfaction on my face just thinking of all the tidy clothes in my closet!"

Michèle, Peckham

"Hester is patient but persistent. I was able to get rid of more than I thought I would and it feels great!"

Melanie, Charlton

"I can’t express just how much Hester has helped me so far. It is so much more than decluttering. It also helps so much to let go of the past and move on!"

Rita, Brockley

"I didn’t know I could achieve so much by tidying and storing items in a different yet simple way. The time spent with Hester was both very productive and pleasant. The right comments always came at the right time and the results are amazing. It never felt so easy and effortless to keep my flat tidy, even with a child around."

Maggie, Lewisham