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Three disorganised people describe how they broke free from the chains of disarray in their lives – and purposefully, peacefully strode towards success


When I met my husband, Ben, 10 years ago, I was utterly disorganised. I never planned anything and lived day to day with little thought of the consequences – and I never had any money. He was a student, also disorganised and also broke.

We decided it was easier to leave the country and travel, working season to season and having someone else do the organising for us. For a while, it felt good; it was fun. Every now and again, we would think that we wanted to stay in one place but, as the ‘seasonnaires’ we had met left, everything changed and so we would move on again. Very soon, I started to feel quite empty: I wasn’t getting anywhere; I wasn’t achieving anything. I had always wanted to create and design things, and I wasn’t doing that.

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