Green and Tidy: International Professional Organizer

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July 18, 2018
by Rachel
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How to declutter books

Join Green and Tidy to get your FREE decluttering training. What are the toughest things to declutter? There are lots of contenders (paperwork, sentimental stuff, clothes…)… …and one of them has got to be… …books! Whenever I even MENTION books on my YouTube channel… …I get comments along the lines of “Hands off!”… …as well as inspiring comments about decluttering…

June 29, 2018
by Rachel
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How big is your “To read” pile?

Join Green and Tidy to get your FREE decluttering training. I usually get a weekend paper to read. Sometimes two (Saturday and Sunday). I don’t get a paper in the week – the weekend ones keep me going. And then some! In fact, I can struggle to get through them before the next weekend rolls around. Not to mention other…

August 24, 2017
by Rachel
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Ten things you can declutter right NOW! (Don’t hate me for number five!)

Join Green and Tidy to get your FREE decluttering masterclass. We’ve all got clutter. Yes, even me! Here are ten things that are probably lurking round your home… …that you can toss immediately. Agree/disagree? I suspect number five will provoke some discussion! (Putting it mildly). I’d be so grateful if you’d give the video a thumbs up (even if you…

May 11, 2011
by Rachel
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Make the whole world a library

Ah the mystique of books. Why is it so hard to part with them? Is it because we feel the sight of lots of (tasteful?) books on our shelves projects a certain image about ourselves? Or because we subconsciously believe that the proximity of all that knowledge and erudition will cause at least some of it magically to transfer itself…

May 2, 2011
by Rachel
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The party’s over yet the fun continues

So, what to do with the leftovers from the decluttering rummage pot-luck party… The clothes and shoes are easy. I’ll bag them up and put them in a charity clothes bin. The rest of the leftovers are books (including loads about digital design), CD-Roms (mostly educational), a DVD, a few videos and a couple of CDs, plus some computer peripherals….