Green and Tidy

Helping people all over the world declutter and create homes they love

July 27, 2011
by Rachel
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How am I supposed to know what to DO with it?! Part 3: From glasses to vinyl records

If you’re not yet part of the Green and Tidy community, sign up here (and get a free audio coaching session as a bonus).   Over the last three weeks Next Starfish has been publishing a series of three guest blogs from me on how to move on unwanted clutter in the most eco-friendly way. Part 3 is available now….

July 26, 2011
by Rachel
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Think your clutter causes you distress? Think again!

If you’re not yet part of the Green and Tidy community, sign up here (and get a free audio coaching session as a bonus).   Has your stuff has got WAY out of control? Do you feel overwhelmed by your clutter, ashamed of your home, miserable about your mess, exhausted by the very thought of tackling the backlog? Do you…

July 21, 2011
by Rachel
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How am I supposed to know what to DO with it?! Part 2: From batteries to furniture

Last week Next Starfish published the first in a series of three guest blogs from me on how to move on unwanted clutter in the most eco-friendly way. Part 2 is available now. So, click here for suggestions for ways to move on all sorts of items, from batteries to furniture. Next week, the final part in the series will…

July 20, 2011
by Rachel
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When did you last use your electric drill?

As I walked around my neighbourhood yesterday, I found myself musing about all the houses I passed, each stuffed to the gunnells with duplicate stuff, most of which hardly ever gets used. I’m sure I’ve read a factoid somewhere about the average amount of time that an electric drill is used for. Certainly I’ve got a drill that, though I…

July 19, 2011
by Rachel
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Opportunity to make money from your clutter habit

Introducing the lovely Robyn O’Connell, a Trainee Clinical Psychologist who’s researching the experiences of people who have clutter in their homes, as part of her PhD at the University of East London. She’s writing a thesis entitled “Rethinking ‘hoarding’ and its treatment: An exploration of experiences of people who have lots of belongings“. Her aim is to develop understanding of…