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Articles & Features
Mess Stress Puts Your Mental Health At Risk, Survey Confirms
With mixed messages from government around returning to the office, new data from a Kantar survey shows that 43% of workers will continue to work from home at least some of the time after the pandemic, compared to just 31% pre-pandemic. Diana Spellman, The Realistic Home Organisation Expert and founder of Serenely Sorted, believes now is that time to address the elephant in the room around the impact of home working on staff mental wellbeing, as hybrid working looks set to continue for the long term and research reveals that a huge proportion of us are suffering from ‘mess stress’.
Mess Stress Needs To Be Dealt With As Working From Home Continues
Diana said: “Without mechanisms in place to ensure that the work stuff is put away at the end of the day, the lines between work and home life get even more blurred than they already were, with the danger that we will be ‘always on’ and unable to fully switch off from our day jobs at night.”
Less is more
With documentaries, videos and endless images, minimalism is a growing trend. However, it’s not easy and the results are different for everyone. The Realistic Home Organisation Expert, Diana Spellman, shares her top tips.
A messy home is a stressy home – New research confirms
As part of Spring Clearing Week (22nd-28th March), APDO member Diana Spellman, The Realistic Home Organisation Expert and founder of Serenely Sorted has released results of a nationwide survey she has conducted by Kantar which confirms what we’ve all experienced during lockdown – a messy home is a stressy home!
The Daily Show with Andrew Pierce
The no-fuss guide to clearing your clutter
Whether you have 5, 10, 30 or 60 minutes….this article has the answers to get you Serenely Sorted! This article was published centre-spread in both The Daily Express and Daily Mirror in November 2020
Dealing with the monsters under your bed
“The main reason kids fear Monsters under the bed is that it’s dark….and usually littered with toys, pens, pencils, bits and pieces!
Find out howfollowing the most basic principle of Serenely Sorted (the system that helps busy people get tidy, sorted for life) of End Homes, parents can help their kids clear their under-bed clobber and clear their minds of fear – because they will know there is nothing there.
Rid Yourself Of The Work-From-Home Mess Stress
Read my 5 Tips To Find More Serenity And Calm In The Work/Life Blend. With more home working likely to be a permanent fixture for a majority of businesses, according to the BBC (5th October 2020), it’s now time to address the challenges of homeworking head-on.
Woman’s clever Coke can hack could double your wardrobe space
Five Tips to avoid losing it when you lose it.
Nation Radio with Angela Jay
Do you have a nagging voice in your head reminding you of all the piles that need sorting?
Life Like You Mean It Podcast by Lisa Cybaniak
I was delighted to take part in the @lifelikeyoumeanit
podcast with Lisa Cybaniak. Find out more about my Mess Stress last Summer and why creating, living and now sharing the Serenely Sorted System has helped ensure that this year I don’t have that #backtoschool2020 anxiety.
Work life and home life have merged….and it’s messy! Five tips for keeping sorted as we shift to the new normal
Read my Five Tips for keeping the work / life blend manageable! As we enter Wave 2 of COVID, this is more important than ever.
Chester mum sets up new business helping people work from home deal with ‘mess stress’
My business launch was picked up by The Chester Standard – happy to have such great coverage close to home!
Evolving From Customer Experience To Transformation Economy: A New Role For Brand Growth
So the Kantar article got picked up by US trade publication ‘Candy & Snack’. It couldn’t be a better omen. Next to Serene Sorting, candy (sweets) and snacks are two of my very favourite things! Whilst a different sector to ours, the fact that this topic has been picked up shows the idea of transformation is relevant and gaining momentum by all those offering a Customer Experience now. Perhaps a combined Serene Sorting Sweetie and Snacking Soiree should be my next project!
Helping people grow: the new role for customer experience in brand growth
Delighted to be featured in Kantar’s latest article highlighting the evolution of experience towards the transformation economy – and the opportunities that exist for brands that can do this in a communal context.
Serenely Sorted, the simple system that frees you from tidying and eliminates mess, is best learned as a group (now virtually) providing deeper meaning and benefit – as people can and want to share their experiences with others, partly for validation but also to learn from peers and to know they are not alone in the challenges they face.
Learning the Serenely Sorted System creates a mindset change that transforms your mess-making behaviour and gets you tidy, sorted, for life.
Balancing the Grind with Diana Spellman, Founder of Serenely Sorted
Delighted to be featured in Balance The Grind | Conversations about work, life & balance, who are doing brilliant work promoting work-life balance. Read on to find out more about Founder Diana Spellman‘s story and why Serenely Sorted can support your own transformation to better work-life balance. We massively support this mission both in principle and directly by helping free busy people from the task of tidying.
Are you Lockdown Mess Stressed?
ike no other time, worklife and homelife have merged. A bit like the mullet: business at the front, party at the back. Except that party is probably your kids ‘learning’ in the background while you attempt the team meeting….
Serenely Sorted is here to help with a lockdown mini-course aimed to rid the lockdown daily debris fast at the end of each day.