Our Serene Sorters are just like you. People from all different life stages and circumstances choose the Serenely Sorted System to transform their lives and homes. Don’t just take my word for it – watch one of the interviews below to find out more about how The Serenely Sorted System is transforming lives and homes around the world.
Pete and Tara learned and launched the Serenely Sorted System into their home back in October and now have a newborn. Pete recently said “the house is so tidy and serene right now, I feel so ready to bring a baby home”. We meet Pete to find out more – and how ‘Back to Tidy’ is routine for their other three kids now.
Teresa began her journey to a serene and sorted life in 2020 and already at the start of the year felt ‘that tingling feeling of serenity’ – let’s find out more about her journey
Lee has just completed Destination: Sorted. Let’s find out why Lee chose this programme and what it means to her to get Serenely Sorted.
Michelle learned the system back in December – Find out how it’s transformed her family life, and helped her cope with ADHD. Her husband is fully on board with the system and she is truly living The Serenely Sorted System.
We talk to Sally about why, for her, taking the Serenely Sorted System course last August 2020 is the gift that keeps on giving, and has contributed to her positive mental health in recent months.
It’s been a pleasure seeing June become Serenely Sorted! June runs a busy B&B with her husband. After the 30 years in the same kitchen, June has been able to create new space without throwing things away thanks to ‘Divide & Conquer’!
Natalie and her husband both work and have two young kids. For Natalie, Serenely Sorted has been all about a behavioural change that has transformed her attitude to tidying. Serene Sorting is not a chore but just something that happens naturally now.
Felicity is an artist and teacher. She has grown up children and had a lifetime of paperwork in her home. Felicity has really got into the Mindset! Starting with End Homes for glasses and brushes she now sets aside time each day to get Sorted! Those paper piles are now just a memory.
Kim’s household is busy – both parents working, three teenage kids. Kim always tidied up when people came round but it was a constant stress. She has gone from permanently clearing up to enjoying less tidying, less waste and more serenity!