– Declutter your home … declutter your mind –
It’s time to declutter for summer!
What is decluttering?
Clutter is unused and unnecessary objects, hence, decluttering is the act of removing clutter. Tidying is sorting, clearing and putting order to what remains. This is what I want to help you do in your home or office environment, so that you can have more time and space to enjoy your life.
I began helping friends declutter their homes over 10 years ago and have happily done so ever since. I’m passionate about living a clutter free life and helping others liberate themselves of too many things. When we declutter we are not only freeing ourselves of items that are no longer useful, necessary or loved, we are also liberating our minds of unnecessary clutter as a result of the tidying process. When our home is free of clutter, energy flows, and your mind is clearer. I really believe that less is more!
Who am I?
My name is Sarina Ritorto, born and raised in Canada, where I completed my schooling, obtaining a college diploma in dental hygiene. Passionate about traveling and yearning an overseas work experience, I obtained a one year work contract in Lugano in 1999. I immediately fell in love with Ticino and here I still am.
After a successful and satisfying career, I am slowly reducing work in dental hygiene to follow my new passion, helping people declutter and organise their homes and work areas and release themselves of stagnant energy.
In 2012 I became a Swiss citizen. I love nature, and especially the mountains, where I regularly hike in summer and snowshoe and cross-country ski in winter. I love living a simple, peaceful and tranquil life and want to help others do the same.
Sarina on Borotalk on RSI la 1, November 24 2020
Sarina demonstrates how decluttering is effective even for minimalist clients (in Italian).
Sarina on Falò on RSI la 1, August 22 2019
Sarina was featured in a Ticino television program (in Italian).
Sarina on Tutorial RSI RETE UNO, April 30 2020
Live radio interview on decluttering on Tutorial (in Italian).