Get ready for some amazing de-cluttering ideas to help tidy up your homes, we’re gearing up for National Clear Your Clutter Day 2017 on Saturday 11th March.
It’s time to dig out your stash of unused or unwanted items to either sell, swap, donate, upcycle or recycle for a profit or for a sense of positive change.
How Should The Nation Deal With Our Mounting Clutter?
CYCD 2017 Experts
- James Jones – Head of Consumer Affairs – Experian
- Katherine Blackler – Head of Partnership Liaison – APDO
- Harriet Williams – Official Representative – Bankers Box by Fellowes
- Holly Rothwell – ECommerce and Festivals Manager – Oxfam
- Mark Charnock – Managing Director – Gone for Good
- Caroline Bernstein – Actress & Comedian
For Day 1 of our Clear Your Clutter Day comps, we’re giving you the chance to win 1 of ... read more
You can sell things to local people on Facebook Groups for free. Unlike eBay, there are no fees for ... read more
To mark National Clear Your Clutter Day on Saturday 11th March 2017, charity Action for Children is encouraging families ... read more
The first thing that Family Support Practitioners from Action for Children do with new clients is to help the ... read more
When it comes to knowing where to start to organise your home, it’s fair to say that not all ... read more
Jasmine Birtles interview professional organiser Ingrid Jansen, President of the Association of Professional Declutterers & Organisers (APDO) to find out ... read more
Jasmine Birtles meets with professional organiser; Ingrid Jansen from APDO to find out her clever storage solutions that can ... read more
Recent research has revealed that less than half of Brits still bother with an annual spring clean. The task, ... read more
Professional organiser Ingrid Jansen tells us her 4 top tips for starting the decluttering process WATCH HER EXPERT ADVICE ... read more
Clear Your Clutter Day is all about getting order back into your life. You can do this in many ... read more
Someone once said ‘a little goes a long way’, and when it comes to feeling smarter about being in ... read more
The season is changing; winter clothes go back into the depths of the wardrobe and the warmer clothes inevitably ... read more