My name is Bettina Anna Trabant.

I came to this rainy island in 1994 as a shy foreign teenager to improve my English and experience British boarding school life for a semester. I ended up staying, doing my A-Levels, completing a BA, and MA, working in a variety of Museums and Picture Libraries across the UK, and moving house more times than I care to remember.

During my working life, I have catalogued, re-housed, dusted, and organised ship models, medals, postal history ephemera, photographs, magazines, books, and much more. This has ignited a passion for organising and decluttering spaces. If I can organise objects many hundreds of years old, surely, I can organise your house, office, computer or photos.

Thirty years later, I am still here in the UK and have established Life Organised to help companies and private individuals with their physical and digital clutter.

When I am not busy organising, I walk along the Lea, drink tea by the bucket load and read books.

Although I am based in East London, I am happy to work with clients throughout the UK and beyond. All you need is knowledge of English, German or gibberish, a working Wi-Fi connection or willingness to pay for my travel.

I am experienced in working with people who are disabled or have chronic illnesses and tailor my services to your needs, whatever they may be.

I possess membership of APDO, the UK organisation for professional organisers and declutterers, and I adhere to their Code of Ethics.

In addition, I am also a member of The Photo Managers, an international organisation for Photo organisers, and I also adhere to their Code of Ethics.

If you like the above, contact me via email or phone to find out how we could work together.