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Head Professional Organiser & auDHD Coach


Mary has over 7 years' experience as a professional organiser and over 16 years' experience working with disabled people and their families. 

In her mid-thirties, Mary was late diagnosed with ASD/ADHD but has been using organisation and cosy minimalism to manage associated executive functioning and sensory processing challenges for many more years!


With a range of helpful strategies, Mary was able to transform her life from one of clutter and overwhelm to the intentional lifestyle of her dreams and for over 7 years has been helping her clients do the same!

Mary's passion areas are aesthetic organisation, declutter coaching, authentic styling, sustainable living and auDHD coaching for neurodiverse (ND) folk.

auDHD coaching is for people with autism and/or ADHD like herself. Mary takes a holistic approach that considers the individual's uniqueness and any mental health, executive functioning and sensory challenges they may experience when helping them to organise their home and build capacity; using strategies that actually work for the ND brain.

  • 7 years experience as a professional organiser

  • Bachelors International Studies/Social Science maj. Development Studies. 

  • Cert IV Project Management.

  • Mental Health First Aider.

  • National Clearance to work with children and people with a disability.

  • Disability background as a Support Worker  and Senior Project Manager, Disability SA.

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Professional Organiser & Coach

Amanda is a beautiful bubbly personality with over 20 years experience as an Events Manager, a background in therapeutic coaching and a passion for:

 "helping people declutter their homes and minds so they can create and live their dream life"

Amanada enjoys living close to the beach with her cheeky cherub, 3 year old daughter, Annabelle.

Amanda is available from 9am to 5pm Wednesdays and Fridays to help you with your next declutter and organisation project and is a disability and neurodiverse friendly provider.

  • 20 years as an Events Planner 

  • NLP therapist

  • Trained Post-Natal Doula

  • National clearance to work with vulnerable people.


My Story: About Me

I define intentional living as living in line with your authentic self and values. Living simply, sustainably and surrounded by only those things that bring you joy and lift you up to the highest version of yourself.


Hi I’m Mary Lochert, Director of The Intentional Organiser, Professional Organiser and auDHD coach, tea drinker, cat lover and old soul!

 I live with my partner Jack, step-daughter Darcy, daughter Pearl and new bubba Marley not too far from the beach. Oh, and I can't forget to mention Blossom (the dog) and Mr. Boy and Ruby (the cats).

I love to walk on the beach, have the odd cold dip in the sea, tend my veggie patch and indoor plant collection and I love, love my organised jar pantry. For many years I dreamed of a slow simple lifestyle without clutter, stress and chronic illness and now I am living it! And it all started with decluttering and organisation...

People often ask me how I became a professional organiser (PO) and coach. Truth is it has always been in my blood. As a child I used to relish taking care of the family's treasures; carefully wiping and arranging my mum’s antique teacups, alphabetising our novels and lovingly organising our family photo albums.

Decluttering and organisation has the potential to change your life. My own personal transformation began in 2015 when my life took a surprising and stressful detour; I unexpectedly became a solo parent to my eight month old baby, Pearl. This wasn't where I saw my life going - I was an emotional, physical and financial mess; wrecked with anxiety and overwhelm (later on I learned that my undiagnosed ASD/ADHD were also huge contributing factors to my overwhelm but that is another story you can read about here). 


 I began to search for a way to pull my life back together, conquer the overwhelm and gain a sense of control and peace in my life. I found inspiration in quite unexpected way, in a small book called ‘The Life Changing Magic of Tidying up’ by Japanese organising guru Marie Kondo.


I looked around me at the messy, cluttered and uninspiring space I inhabited and longed for freedom. I had always been an organised person, but I had never asked myself what really truly gave me joy in my space or had given myself permission to let go of what no longer served me. 

Decluttering my home and getting rid of over 60% of my belongings was a cathartic process that truly was life changing. Underneath all the clutter, I found the real me and a journey of healing and progressing towards a life that fully aligned with my needs, values and dreams began.

I want this for you. The life-changing freedom of intentional living.


You don't need to get rid of 60 % of your belongings (unless you want to) but we will transform your space. Together we will remove the clutter, get organised, and set up your home in a way that feels clear, calm and stylishly you.
Getting your space in order allows you to unlock your highest potential. 
People severely underestimate the impact of their space on their mental and physical health and their ability to realise their goals in life. But not you. Simply the fact that you are here reading this already sets you apart from the general populace - you feel somehow that transforming your home has the potential to transform your life; so let's not waste any time, let's do it! Let's shift the clutter, set up the systems, and make your home reflect the beautiful you

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