People are often quick to declare themselves as a hoarder when in may be a case of collections may get out of hand or life throws us a curve ball and things get a little disorganised.
how to mindfully organise your home and life
Filling voids in our home and holding onto stuff that does not make us happy is not rational, likewise buying something which does not add value to our lives does not make sense either.
It’s not uncommon for people fill a void in their life- toys for children when a marriage has broken down, holding onto study notes when they are obsolete or easily accessible online, buying the latest sauces, packets of herbs to fulfill your desire to be a cooking diva.
A sneak peak into an eco organised home and life.
Long time friend and fellow professional organiser Tanya Lea of Declutterhome, finally persuaded founder of Eco Organiser Tanya Lewis to open the door to her home and life and share her story and tell us a little about The 10R’s©.
Full story : An eco organised life with Tanya Lewis
Learn how to declutter your kitchen and reduce food waste.
Food waste not only wastes money, it also adds to our carbon footprint. Knowing how to store food in our refrigerator is a very simple way to reduce food waste. Did you know the average Victorian household throws out $40 worth of food a week? That is $2080 per year, can you imagine what you would do with an extra $2080 per year, how about $20 800 over ten years!
Wasted food is the world’s third-biggest carbon emitter after China and US, just by storing our food correctly reduces food waste.
We will share our tips on how to
- Declutter and eco organise your kitchen
- How to stop the takeaway take over
- How to write a shopping list
- Don’t get stuck in the food rut, recycle your favourite recipes
- How to cook within your schedule
- How to organise your fridge and pantry to reduce food waste, save time and money
- Fall in love with your kitchen and rekindle your food love affair
- How to create a beautiful kitchen on a shoe string budget
- When to shop and the tools you need
- How and where to store perishables
Food waste accounts for more greenhouse gas emissions than any country except China and the United States, according to a United Nations report. It says every year about a third of all food for human consumption, around 1.3 billion tonnes, is wasted, along with all the energy, water and chemicals needed to produce it and dispose of it
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