Green and Tidy: International Professional Organizer

Liberating you from the shackles of chaos and disorganisation

August 16, 2018
by Rachel
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Random keys
2 tips to conquer them

Join Green and Tidy to get your FREE decluttering training. What do you do when you find an unidentified key? Aargh! You’re tidying out a drawer (maybe your Hell Drawer!!)… …and there it is…staring up at you. What the &£@*! does THAT open?! It looks familiar but… And NOW what do you do? Because… …keep it and it’s clutter… …toss…

August 9, 2018
by Rachel
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Have you got any of these storage fails?
5 storage solutions that actually CREATE clutter!

Join Green and Tidy to get your FREE decluttering training. Sometimes the “solution”… …is really the problem. Something that feels like it’s helping… …might be making matters worse. Why do some areas of your home always end up in a mess? Maybe you’re using one or more of these “storage solutions”… …which are actually creating MORE clutter. Watch the video…

July 11, 2018
by Rachel
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Avoid regret: do what you don’t want to do

Join Green and Tidy to get your FREE decluttering training. Climbing Ben Nevis last weekend Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover. H…

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…

March 23, 2018
by Rachel
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Why I don’t believe in miracles (and that’s OK)

Join Green and Tidy to get your FREE decluttering training.   The NHS (National Health Service) defines Hoarding disorder as “when someone acquires an excessive number of items and stores them in a chaotic manner”. It goes on to say “It’s considered to be a significant problem if: the amount of clutter interferes with everyday living – for example, the person…