Rachel’s Blog

My personal broken windows

The thin end of the wedge Last week, I wrote about The Broken Windows theory... ...that visible signs of low level crime and anti-social behaviour, like graffiti, broken windows and litter, encourage more serious crimes. While addressing them makes a safer, happier...

Why you should watch out for grafitti

Is the writing on the wall? Have you heard of The Broken Windows theory? It says that visible signs of low level crime and anti-social behaviour, like grafitti, broken windows and litter, encourage more serious crimes. And that, when a community addresses these...

Watch Clare conquer her paper clutter

Watch Clare’s paper clutter disappear, during a recent Facebook Live declutter with Rachel Papworth, from Green and Tidy, the online Professional Organizer.

New year’s resolution to declutter and organise? Read this!

Feelin' good? Happy New Year!! I know it's a week late but this is my first mailing of 2019. so humour me? My current earworm is Nina Simone's "Feeling Good". That's Ms Simone above. (You knew that, right?) I love that song. And it's apposite for a new year, no? "It's...

Why ongoing decluttering is a recipe for peace of mind

Recipes I finally admitted I'll never make! This week's post is about clearing out my recipe cupboard.... ...and the benefits of an ongoing decluttering schedule. One of my favourite themes! Also read this: What to do when you finish decluttering Flip, it's busy in...

Plastic pollution – don’t be part of the problem this Christmas

 Happy Christmas Are you about to be engulfed by a tsunami of plastic? Do you dread Christmas* because you know your home will be invaded by a load of children's toys, gimmicky games you play once (if that) and never get out again, and presents you never wanted but...

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