How and when to say no to hoarding jobs is a fair question.
Compassionate cleaning includes some psychology training. Compulsive hoarding, organized hoarding, itemized hoarding, extreme hoarding and often needs junk removal.
There is an emotional attachment to hoarders and their stuff.
Hoarding is real. And hoarding is a disease that affects all members of the family. Today we look at hoarding, compulsive spending, mental health and how to change your relationship with stuff.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru shares tips today on Ask a House Cleaner about weird habits hoarders have.
“Is it possible to clean my space with obsessive-compulsive disorder? I don’t want to be a clean freak or hire a house cleaner. I just want to live in a clean house not consumed by OCD, compulsive behavior or filth.
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Animal hoarders are people with lots of pets and poor living conditions. Although not always apparent, animal hoarders live in a toxic environment putting house cleaners at risk for infection and disease.
We Ask a House Cleaner what to do if a maid ends up at an animal hoarders house. Should there be an intervention?
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru talks animal cruelty, animal rights, and cleaning. If there are excess animals lacking care, they’re starving have fleas, or ticks you need to call help.
Animals need veterinary care and enough food to survive. A savvy cleaner will help the animal get into an adopt a pet program with neutering, deworming, and vaccination.
“I paid good money for that so I can’t get rid of it.” An artist hoarding groups of crafts needs strategies to unclutter. “I paid good money for that, and now I have a full storage unit and a full house and full attic. It’s value hoarding at its finest.” “I paid good money for that …
Celebrity hoarders are real people. They start out like you and me, and then it’s keeping up with the Joneses. The lavish living with the rich and famous turn ordinary folks into celebrity hoarders.
Today on Ask a House Cleaner we look at how to end the cycle of celebrity hoarders. And what happens when you’re stuck with the most toys? Compulsive hoarding can range from famous collections to downright addiction.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru gives tips and practical advice on minimalist living. Whether you’re a fancy megastar or a DIY collector these tutorials will make you a savvy cleaner.