Home Organisation like a professional organiser
Learn how to organise your home like a professional organiser from professional organiser, Dawn Tindall. Dawn will teach you a step- by-step method to organise your home and each week you will receive support from Dawn and your classmates to help you along your journey and keep you accountable to your own goals. You be guided through the process of visualising your ideal home and how you want to use each room. You’ll then learn receive guided help to declutter, sustainably discard unwanted items and advice, tips and tricks on how to store everything you do keep so that your home looks and feels tidy. As a Mum of a five-year-old and former teacher, Dawn will also provide you with ideas for how to keep kid’s clothes, toys, books, and artwork organised. By the end of this course, you should have all the tools you need to be able to tidy your home so that you can thrive.
Date & Time:
- 23 April 2021, 10am- 11:30am
- 30 April 2021, 10am- 11:30am
- 7 May 2021, 10am- 11:30am
- 14 May 2021, 10am- 11:30am
Duration: 4 x 1.5-hour sessions, once weekly for 4 consecutive weeks
Where: 186B Victoria Rd, Drummoyne
Visualising your Ideal Home/Clothes. Ever wondered what a professional organiser
does? After a quick review of different organising philosophies, we will start on our
own Marie Kondo-inspired journey. We will visualise your home and how you want to
live in it and set goals for your organisation project. We will then get started on the
category which gives the quickest visual results - clothing. We’ll review what
questions to ask yourself when deciding whether or not to keep clothing, what to do
with unwanted clothing, how to fold clothing and finish the session with ideas for
beautiful clothing storage.
Books and Paperwork. We will start the session by sharing our progress with
organising clothing and answer any clothing-related questions. We will then discuss
how to gather and sort books. You’ll get tips and trick for how to display books to
keep them organised. We’ll then discuss paperwork organisation and management
including mail and children’s art management strategies as well as how best to
recycle unwanted paperwork.
This week we discuss all the items in your home that aren’t clothing, books,
paperwork or sentimental. We’ll learn how to sort the huge amount of things we
know into manageable subcategories and look at different ways to store items in
your kitchen, pantry, fridge and bathroom. We’ll discuss toy management strategies
and how to create drop zones and command centres to effectively manage your
Sentimental and Strategies for keeping your home organised. In this last session we
will discuss different ways to store items that you cherish. We’ll then look at
organising your whole home so that it works for you. At the end of this course, you
should know what activities you want to do in your home from the time you wake up
to the time you go to bed. You will know what the purpose of each room is in your
home, what items belong in that room and have a toolbox of ideas for how to best
store those items so that your home looks and feels organised in a way that is easy
*Students should bring a basket of their clean laundry to week 1 so that we can
practice folding your actual clothing.
**Students should bring a bag of their actual paperwork to week 2.
About your teacher: Dawn Tindall is a professional organiser and owner of the
organising business, Tidy and Thrive. Dawn is a Professional Member of the Institute
of Professional Organisers and trained in the KonMari™ method. Dawn is
passionate about helping women to visualise their ideal homes and then help them
step by step to get their homes tidy so that they can thrive.