As well as being a decluttering expert, Lesley Beattie knows a thing or two about empathy, team-building and working at her clients pace.
With a successful career in teaching behind her, Lesley has always been organised and intuitive with an interest in what makes people tick.
Based in Oxfordshire, Lesley first brought her two passions together – and created the concept of Mindful Decluttering – when helping a lady to declutter her wardrobe.
As her client was finding it hard to remove clothes she no longer wore, Lesley needed to work sensitively with her as she went on a journey to let go of the old and learn to love the new.
Lesley helped her client to acknowledge her reasons for keeping the clothes and gently coached her to let go and move on.
The result was not just an organised and clutter-free wardrobe, but also an emotional watershed for her client who had learned to love and accept who she was now.
People who have worked with Lesley describe her as kind, non-judgemental and a good listener with a creative and collaborative approach that produces long-standing and life-changing results.
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Lesley on mindful Decluttering
“I like nothing more than helping people achieve a calm and clutter free lifestyle.
Decluttering is not just about throwing things away. It’s often about reflecting on, sometimes difficult, periods of our lives.
As Your Organisational Angel, I focus on you – the whole person – and not just on the cluttered space. I help you bring new energy to the room or refreshing order to your desk, but I will also help you understand how and why the clutter accumulated, so you can have a clutter-free lifestyle in the future.”
Your Organisational Angel in the press
Lesley has appeared several times on That’s Oxford TV as a guest of Emma-Jane Taylor on her Friday night show and on local radio at Marlow FM. She has also given numerous talks to interested groups.