LessMess in the Media
|October 2019 - ABC News - Who even needs a professional organiser and what do they actually do?
|October 2019 - ABC Podcast - The Pineapple Project
Ep 4: Getting smart (systems) in the bathroom and laundry
|July 2019 - 'Where To Get Help For Hoarding Disorder'
|June 2019 - 'Fair Comment - Sustainability in Everyday Living'
Fair Comment Podcast
|December 2018 - 'How often you should change bed sheets?'
| ||August 2018 - The 2018/19 Ikea Catalogue has arrived|
'What's driving our need to eliminate the stuff we accumulate?'
The Sydney Morning Herald
'How to Stress Less this Holiday Season'
Howards Storage World
'The seven steps to design a happier home'
The Daily Telegraph
'Get Real with Mess'
|September 2015 'Professional Organisers Cleaning Up'
Australian Financial Revue
|July 2015, Interview with Jackee de Campo for The Busy Mum Podcast|
|April 2015 'Messies und Putzteufel' interview with Trudi Latour
SBS German Radio
|March 2015 'It might seem crazy...' by Emily Chantiri
The Sunday Age; Money
|December 2014 'Small steps to a new you' by Daniela Ongaro, Daily Telegraph, work life daily|
'Less Stuff more Happiness' by Libby Hakim published in Sun Herald/ The Age
'Eight Things to Throw out Today' published in Body and Soul, Courier Mail, Brisbane
'Out with the old, in with the neat and tidy' published in Sun Herald/The Age
'DeCluttering can change your life' published in Community Lifestyle
Breakfast with Paul and Kathryn, Channel 10
‘cut the clutter’
January 2012 'cut the clutter' TV makeover on ACA, Chanel 9
August 2011 'Is Your Kitchen Making You Fat' published in Prevention
A Manual For Domestic Life by Barbara Toner. LessMess was interviewed, amongst others, for the “organise time and space” section of this book.
“Life in the modern household has become much more complicated than it was for previous generations. Our roles are increasingly multi-layered, our ambitions further reaching and our expectations completely unreasonable. Juggle a successful and fulfilling career with raising children/pets, servicing the car/bike, maintaining a social life, exercising, cooking a balanced diet, repairing the broken kitchen pipes and managing a regular grooming schedule? Completely doable, in theory. But how exactly? What to Do about Everything is the ultimate householders’ guide to twentyfirst century living.”
Published by Hardie Grant, Feb. 2011
'Instant Energy boosts' published in Good Health
'Presents Of Mind' what's behind clever gift choices for children of different ages
published in Sydney's Child
'Plan for a Less Mess Christmas' published in Family Capers
'wear to now- clever wardrobe solutions'
published in Sunday Telegraph
'Turn your bathroom into a haven of calm'
published in Home Beautiful
|23 October 2008
'Sort it all out'
published in Sydney Morning Herald essential home
|September 2008 'Interview ABC Radio'
|19 November 2006
'Organisation is an inside job' published in Sun Herald