10 benefits of having less stuff

Do you have too much stuff in your home leaving you feel overwhelmed? Are you attached to keepsakes such as kids toys and gifts leaving you feel guilty and unable to part with them? Here are 10 benefits of having less stuff to inspire you to take the plunge and let go. 1. Easier to Read More

Space and Time case study – a few hours of help goes a long way

Although I have been working as a professional organiser for 4 years, and many of my colleagues have been in the industry over 12 years, people still have no idea what a professional organiser does. In this series of case studies, I’ll shed some light on the people I work with and how the work Read More

A yearly overhaul makes the year ahead easier

Since I returned to work after my first son was born (almost 13 years ago), I’ve taken time off over the Christmas holidays. To fill in my days (and to make the year ahead easier), I undertake a yearly overhaul of many of the systems in our home. This year has been just the same Read More

What paperwork do you need to keep at home?

I work with many clients to sort their paperwork. I love it! I love to corral the papers from every nook and cranny of the house and then whip it into shape. How we sort it is dependant on the client (and that’s a topic for a blog another day), but the first thing I Read More

Easy steps to declutter your wardrobe, kitchen, paperwork and kids toys

I held another successful decluttering workshop on Friday night showcasing the 6 steps of the Space and Time Organising S.Y.S.T.E.M. My first time at the Surrey Hills Neighbourhood Centre; a great venue and turnout. I always start my workshops with introductions. I introduce myself, explaining what a Professional Organiser does and how I came to Read More

Julie Cliff at Space and Time is now an NDIS registered provider in Melbourne

    I am now an NDIS registered provider. I am based in Melbourne and will travel to most suburbs. Registration Group – Household Tasks – This includes the provision of supports to enable the participant to maintain their home environment. This may involve undertaking essential household tasks that the participant is not able to Read More

Organise my junk drawer!

My workshop attendees often ask, “where is a good place to get organised at home?”. The first thing I reply is the kitchen junk drawer. Follow these 6 easy steps to turn your junk drawer into a utility drawer and find anything you need within a few seconds. 6 steps to organise a junk drawer Read More

Make a start with the Space and Time Organising S.Y.S.T.E.M

I have had many conversations with people over the years about their organising challenges. I have discovered there are varying degrees of being organised. Some people are super organised in one area of their life, but not so organised in other areas. Some use to be really organised, but life got in the way and Read More

Julie Cliff talks to Iain Messer about Professional Organising on 3WBC 94.1FM

On Thursday 3rd August I was a very excited guest on  3WBC (Whitehorse Boroondara Community) 94.1FM. I had a very entertaining chat with presenter Iain Messer on his program about how I help busy families get organised in their homes. The chat included all sorts of things including: how I help organise many areas of people’s homes such Read More