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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 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…

September 29, 2011
by Rachel
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Five ways to have a clutter-free Christmas

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 know it’s still three months away. The shops are full of Christmas stuff already though and the pressure to buy, buy, buy is already starting. So here are five ways to reduce clutter this Christmas. 1….

September 21, 2011
by Rachel
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Unsubscribe to save clutter, waste, stress, time and money

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 crucial element of managing clutter is mindfulness: noticing how you use your things, how you move them around your home, how you use your home. And constantly tweaking how your home is set up so that…