If you've ever found yourself getting frustrated at the possessions lying around your home, been unable to concentrate on a task when surrounded by stuff piled on surfaces, or if you've tried to read a book, mediate or have a quiet cup of tea but couldn't relax until you'd zipped round and tidied up everything first, then you've been affected by clutter. I share why I believe that removing clutter from your home is good for your mental health.
Whilst I love having family time and the holidays have been lots of fun, it can be very a demanding and messy time. I'm desperate to create some order out of the chaos and distraction that has been filling my home and my mind! With the children back at school this is the perfect time to regain control and make space for another focus.
Summer is well and truly here and children up and down the country have broken up for the summer holidays. Hurray I hear you shout! If you're going abroad this year, you're probably thinking about packing very soon. If you're anything like me, you'll be trying to take way more than you actually need, because… Continue reading My top tips for packing for your holiday!
Do you spend a lot of time on your own? Whatever the reason, it’s important to look after your mental health. Here are my top tips to staying sane.
As our lives flash by at the speed of light, it’s so hard to find time to tackle our homes, especially when the muddle has built up a bit. But can we afford not to when we spend 10 minutes everyday looking for things we know we have but can't find?