Declutter your home, recalibrate your mood.
They say cleaning is a practice not a project, and after spending so much time at home we’ve had enough practice to last a lifetime. By eliminating clutter – as in, it’s gone, not just shoved under the bed/in a drawer/in your kids’ closet – you can minimise cleaning and have more time for doing other stuff. Enjoyable stuff. Here are some books to help get organised, embrace minimalism and discover the joys of life decluttered.
Simple steps from Mums Who Clean for getting on top of a messy house.
After honing the art of tidying since the age of 15, Marie Kondo turned her attention to sharing her unique method with the world through her consultancy, two bestselling books and Netflix series, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. Here are Marie's six rules of tidying.
The basic method of folding as detailed in Marie Kondo's bestselling books - The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying and Spark Joy.
Tim Low on the importance of human waste in the ‘natural’ world.
Waste warrior Anita Vandyke shares her practical advice on how to shop sustainably.
Simplify life and amplify living by mastering the fundamentals of minimalism through this visual guide to embracing a minimalist lifestyle.