Ask yourself

Is all that clutter getting on top of you?

Are you feeling overwhelmed?

Don't put it off any longer. Let Jill Day at your messy rooms, paperwork and files to restore your peace of mind.

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The difference

Ten benefits of DeCluttering...

1.   A more relaxed and peaceful home.
2.   More space, not just physically, but emotionally.
3.   No embarrassment over your messy house.
4.  Return of self esteem.
5.   Less stressed trying to find things.
6.   Physical order brings with it clarity of thought.
7.   Regain hours and hours worth of lost time.
8.   Less time cleaning.
9.   A satisfying sense of achievement.
10. You might even save money.

About Jill

When it comes to personal organisation some people are just 'naturals'. That is certainly the case with Jill Day.


Jill is one of those rare creatures: A great administrator with a gentle manner. She is kind hearted, not officious or intimidating but she knows how to get the job done. She loves to establish order out of chaos. The plan is to sort out what is going to work for you.

See the references page to see what others think of her.

Jill with the rest of her family
Jill with the rest of the Day family (and new son-in-law)

Not so long ago, Jill was invited to chat about decluttering by Jenny Day (no relation!) for BBC Sussex and Surrey Radio (28th June, 2010)
Hear Jill being interviewed
Listen again to the interview
(run time 6 minutes 13)

Life Experience

When Jill finished her A Levels, she took herself off to Bournemouth College to study catering and hotel management, but a combination of glandular fever and lovesickness meant that she never finished the course and so hoteliers were robbed of her organisational skills for ever.

Jill's first job was as a clerk in the Unemployment Benefit Office - not an easy job in the high unemployment of the '80s. Her abilities were evident and she was soon promoted to supervisor. It is a testament to Jill's skills and sense of order that she was rotated around all the sections of the UBO to get their administration systems working more smoothly.

Her next job was as Office Manager for the Surrey County Council's Architect Department, where she kept all the paperwork under control for 26 Architects and Surveyors.

After a break to have a family, Jill continued to volunteer her organisation and administration skills for her local church, and in 2006 she was taken onto the staff on a part time basis.

Latterly, friends have asked Jill to help them declutter their personal space and bring some order into their busy lives. This service is now available to you.

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