Green and Tidy

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

February 10, 2016
by Rachel
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How to move on unwanted CDs, DVDs, games and phones

If you’re not yet a Green and Tidy member, sign up here (and get a free decluttering masterclass as a bonus). I always say that decluttering is an essential element of living a low impact lifestyle. In a decluttered and organised home, you can find anything you want quickly and easily so you don’t end up buying duplicates to replace…

December 5, 2012
by Rachel
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Please take

I’m excited to welcome Vivienne Egan to Green and Tidy. Vivienne runs BinOracle, a blog devoted to finding value in rubbish, and rubbishing mass consumption. I love Vivenne’s blog so much, I asked her to write a post for Green and Tidy about how she decides whether to take home things she finds on the street. Here’s what she has…

November 6, 2011
by Rachel
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Losing my excess baggage – the 30 day challenge (guest blog)

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 delighted to welcome Sara Wolff, from The Mind Sanctuary to Green and Tidy’s blog, telling us about her recent 30-day challenge to declutter her handbags. I owned in the region of 35 handbags of varying shapes,…

November 2, 2011
by Rachel
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Five essential items for cutting your environmental impact (including one for the laydees!)

If you’re not yet part of the Green and Tidy community, sign up here (and get a free decluttering masterclass as a bonus). Lucy Siegle recently wrote about the clutter that a greener lifestyle can attract. Now, I’m not one for recommending you buy more stuff. I hate buy-this-to-go-green marketing. No thank you, I don’t need a specialist can-crusher, or…

October 5, 2011
by Rachel
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Can food be clutter?

If you’re not yet part of the Green and Tidy community, sign up here (and get a free decluttering masterclass as a bonus). The Waste & Resources Action Programme estimates that: UK households throw about 8.3million tonnes of food every year. If we stopped wasting food which could have been eaten, it would have the same impact on carbon emissions…