Green and Tidy

Helping people with WAY too much stuff, declutter and create homes they love

May 11, 2014
by Rachel
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The stuff you REALLY SHOULD get rid of

If you’re not yet part of the Green and Tidy community, sign up here (and get a free decluttering masterclass as a bonus). http://youtu.be/LBr4BouZbk8 If you’re not yet part of the Green and Tidy community, sign up here (and get a free decluttering masterclass as a bonus).

April 11, 2014
by Rachel
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How to declutter photographs

If you’re not yet part of the Green and Tidy community, sign up here (and get a free decluttering masterclass as a bonus). You know, I think photographs are among the things people find most difficult to let go. So I made this video… http://youtu.be/1mYSCZYsmJo Helpful? Comment below to let me know. If you’re not yet part of the Green…

April 11, 2014
by Rachel
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Proud to be sharing my designer insights

If you’re not yet part of the Green and Tidy community, sign up here (and get a free decluttering masterclass as a bonus). A big “thank you” to Terry’s blinds who recently invited me to share my “Designer Insights” with their customers. Check it out here to find out what inspires me about my work, and my top recommendations for…

April 11, 2014
by Rachel
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Have you looked under your bed lately?!

If you’re not yet part of the Green and Tidy community, sign up here (and get a free decluttering masterclass as a bonus). I’m about to share a dirty little secret with you! Check it out. http://youtu.be/9m2yyQAVwXc If you’re not yet part of the Green and Tidy community, sign up here (and get a free decluttering masterclass as a bonus).

March 13, 2014
by Rachel
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Spend less time rummaging (love that word!)

If you’re not yet part of the Green and Tidy community, sign up here (and get a free decluttering masterclass as a bonus). Do you waste time rummaging through drawers and cupboards for little bits and pieces? Try this simple, effective tip to get that time back. http://youtu.be/UpGhl61FxfY Where do you use the “container in container” approach? Share your ideas…