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Hilary Fannin in The Irish Times

“We need to tell ourselves that we, not some idealised self, are good enough as we are,” Emma said. She left with a bag of clothes for the charity shop. I felt unburdened, truly lighter.



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The Irish Times

“Emma Gleeson, founder of professional home decluttering service “Give Up Yer Aul Tings”, says it’s more about organising your belongings than living a completely minimalist lifestyle.”





“I was researching this and found that many women have clothes in their wardrobes that they no longer wear but cannot seem to get rid of. I found it fascinating. I wanted to start some sort of business helping people to get rid of things that are cluttering up their lives.”