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ClutterClarity in May 2019

ClutterClarity in Feb 2019





Wherever You Live...

ClutterClarity can work with you anywhere in the world remotely or hands-on in your home in MetroWest Boston, primarily in Acton, Arlington, Bedford, Belmont, Brookline, Cambridge, Carlisle, Concord, Lexington, Lincoln, Littleton, Maynard, Medford, Needham, Newton, Stow, Sudbury, Watertown, Wayland, Wellesley, Weston and Winchester, Massachusetts.

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Paper Clarity: What to Keep, Where, and When to Shred

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An Act of Love - Conversations to have with loved ones before illness or end of life

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Laura loves turning paper clutter into something beautiful.

Recent Successes

Helped client decide how to revise her will before her 80th birthday   Organized senior living apartment, donated truckload of belongings Taught 30 year old time management  and prioritizing skills so she can enjoy her days more Decluttered home, trashed or donated 10 bags of broken toys Shopped for furniture, set up beautiful bedroom Organized office, papers for client’s divorce Facilitated family communications, managed downsize and move, set-up of new apartment for senior couple Decluttered, organized home to make room for 2nd baby.


New Service for Local Peeps

Ironically, the Marie Kondo craze has fueled such a decluttering frenzy that the very women it has motivated are now very frustrated.

Unintentionally, the craze has bottle-necked donation centers and consignment stores. Like us, they don't have the space or staff to hold our clutter. It's all too much!

Clothes, clothes, clothes! Women can't get a consignment store appointment, or when they do, many clothes are not accepted. They then have to bring their clothes somewhere to donate (nothing wrong with donating, of course, but disappointing if wanting cash for their clutter.). Or worse, schlepping back home with all the bags of clothes for them to sit around, possibly in the way for months.

Just this week, a client and I were talking (and laughing) about how surprised she was at how much her feelings were hurt when the consignment store rejected her high-end clothes. She knew this was crazy thinking, but nonetheless how she felt.

To respond to this craziness... ClutterClarity designed a new service faster than originally planned. Of course, I have been helping women declutter and organize their closets for over 15 years, but I alone can not meet the demand for our services.

Introducing our new Team Member: Amy Roy. Her organizing specialty is all things related to clothes and closets, but what makes her extra valuable is her knowledge of consignment stores, and her special connection to a fabulous consignment store, The Raspberry Beret, based in Maynard and Cambridge, MA, and Reflections in West Concord, MA.

Added benefit: With Amy's unique eye and combined talents, you'll know what clothes will be accepted for consignment, and what to donate BEFORE delivering the clothes.

Here's how Amy can help you:

  • Get clarity on all decluttering decisions
  • Declutter your clothes
  • Put new outfits together with the clothes you keep
  • Organize your closets and bureaus

Wait, wait there's more... Amy will do the schlepping for you!

Amy will take your clothes to Raspberry Beret, and set up an account for you. Or she'll take your clothes to the donation center, and get a receipt for you. DONE.

Any decluttering drudgery becomes a delight with Amy at your side!

No more wasting time and effort. No more clutter or feeling overwhelmed.
Most importantly... Enjoy organizing your closet and enjoy getting dressed every day.

In Amy's Words: "I’m so excited to be teaming up with ClutterClarity to offer this new service - one that happens to be my favorite work as a professional organizer. I want to assure you that your things and your feelings will be safe with me. All the physical work will get done smoothly and quickly, but more importantly, as Laura promises, it will all get done with your ease, even enjoyment!"

Wait, wait there's more... no worries! Amy can come back seasonally or annually to help you stay decluttered and organized.

When you work with ClutterClarity...
It's not about an item or the perfectly organized closet sparking joy. It's all about you having a joyful experience taking care of your life and home. We guarantee that you enjoy our unique process, not just the results.

P.S. This is just the beginning. ClutterClarity will be expanding this service to include other consignment stores soon.



ClutterClarity Featured in WellesleyWeston Magazine

Less is More: Time to Declutter, Time to Let Go

An Excerpt:
...Laura Moore, M.Ed., founder of ClutterClarity LLC, has helped people of all ages in Weston and Wellesley move to smaller homes and apartments, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and college. She works mostly with women, who often feel shame and embarrassment that they can't easily manage downsizing their home or possessions. "Many of my clients are highly successful in their work and highly functional, so they can't understand how this can be so difficult", she says. "But it's a skill to learn, not a talent we're born with".
Read article

Replace Presents with Your Presence


According to Shopaholics Anonymous, there are six types of "shopaholics," a term coined in 1984.

  1. Compulsive - shop when feeling emotional distress.
  2. Trophy - shop for the perfect item.
  3. Image - shop to be seen as a big spender, often for flashy items.
  4. Bargain - shop for items they don’t need because they are on sale.
  5. Bulimic - shop in a vicious cycle of buying and returning.
  6. Collectors - shop until they own every available option of a set.

To learn more about shopping addictions, click here.


Collectively, we can change the tidal wave of clutter in our homes by changing our own shopping habits.


Shop differently. Shop less. Shop with intention. 

  • Gift your presence. Create an experience to share with someone you love. (See Hopper House Tour below.)
  • Gift your time. Help someone. Offer your skills. 
  • Ask people to donate. Give to your favorite charity. 
  • Donate a tree in someone's name.  Arbor Day Foundation
  • Slow down. Disappear, rest, play with someone you love.

What you gift now will last forever in someone's memory. 
No waste at all!  

Shop In Your Home FIRST
Why wait until you die to give stuff away to the people you love? Jewelry, art, kitchen pots, your grandparents' love letters - something someone has admired or you know they will appreciate. Are you decluttering or downsizing now? Great. Your clutter can be someone else's treasure now!

  1. Make a list of people to whom you want to give gifts. 
  2. Stroll through your home. 
  3. Find things you know a person will really love or appreciate.

Save time, money and reduce your stress. Enjoy!

Don't Dismay; Shop Differently Today 

Surf the New Wave of Awareness

Black Friday 
Don't get me wrong; I love my stuff, but the tsunami of Black Friday shoppers just staggers me. At the deepest level, I believe it is an unfulfilling attempt for fufillment in a competitive, capitalist society. It needs to be respected. 

Maybe you have heard of FOMO
 - "fear of missing out" - a chronic anxiety in today's culture. What's different now than years past is we compare ourselves to super-rich celebrities on social media instead of "The Joneses" in our own neighborhood. Having less, never to catch up, chronically hungry for more.

Hope is Afloat
We all know that over generations, Americans' shopping habits have unintentionally, even innocently, created a tsunami of clutter. 

What few appreciate is the growing counter-wave of awareness, even inspiration. Perhaps someday this wave will be as large as the one created on Black Friday.

A perfect confluence of economic, environmental, personal and social trends is propelling millions to bravely turn and face the burden and shame of their accumulation. It's an exciting time to be alive!

It's physics. For every action there is
an equal and opposite reaction.

For over 15 years, I've witnessed this counter-wave rise in revolt of too much. I'm frequently in awe of my clients' power to transform their beliefs and turn the tide of clutter in their own homes and lives.

The Gift in Decluttering
Decluttering is not about getting rid of stuff. It is the dynamic opportunity to reflect and redefine our self-worth, and keep what adds real value to our present lives.

Power grows as the piles lessen. A beautiful re-kindling of confidence occurs as clients learn how to trust their decisions about what to keep or let go. Instead of dwelling in their past, lamenting the mess they made, decluttering provides undeniable evidence of their own power to change today, thus create a better future.

Surf the Rising Wave of Awareness
Sometimes things have to get worse before they get better to finally motivate us to do what it takes to get out of our mess. Even in these disturbing times, goodness is happening all around us. Innovation abounds.

The Sharing EconomyRent the Runway and Minimalism are just a few examples of the cultural wave of awareness of the benefits of owning. Millennials, those who watched their baby boomer parents and depression era grandparents struggle under the burden of too much, are living lighter. They are our future. 

Don’t Dismay; Shop Differently Today 
I invite you to ride this wave of holiday shopping anew. Cumulatively, as more individuals buy less, new trends will take hold. Slowly yes, but definitely. 

People are already over-tired, over-spent, and over-stuffed. Most homes (and our planet) are already at capacity. Not sustainable, yet all clutter gets into our homes with permission. 

Women, as the primary shoppers, are in a
unique position to create a better future.

Dive in Now
Lead by example; dare to shop with the intention to slow the tide of clutter in your own home. Your children will thank you, if for no other reason than they won't have to clear out your house in the years ahead.  

Individually and boldly decide to live the change you want to see.


Give a Gift of Art and Exploration - Hopper House Tours

Delight your friends and family!
Hopper House Tours Gift Certificates
Do you need a gift for people who love Edward Hopper, Cape Cod, nature, art, architecture or history? Of course you do - here's the gift for them!

No one in the whole world can enhance a Hopper tour with personal stories and local history like tour guide, Beth Chapman. Don't take my word for it, read fabulous testimonials here. 

With a photo guidebook of Truro homes and landscapes that Hopper painted in the 1930s-1940s, passengers travel back roads, hidden places and secret pathways in a fabulous two-hour car tour to see how it all looks now.

Buy your gift certificate now!
$69 per person 
You'll receive a unique code on your receipt for each tour purchased, allowing the recipient to reserve a tour on any day and time when a tour is open.