Fear of missing out on stuff- FOMOS

Fear of missing out (FOMO) is described as a social anxiety, a fear of regret, which may lead to a compulsive concern that one might miss an opportunity for social interaction, a novel experience, or other satisfying events or items. Source: Wikipedia- Fear of missing out

Common indicators are, over-committing to work, helping others, living in a state of constant busyness, leading to a sense of failure, fatigue, increased stress and inability to satisfy personal expectations.

Everything we buy comes with a carbon footprint, with panic buying on the increase discover how to reduce FOMOS and reduce waste.

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Chaos to Calm-How to mindfully declutter your life

Mornington are you tired of living in the chaos of clutter? Start 2020 by losing the burden of clutter, get organised for your best year.

Did you know

The average person wastes 4.3 hours per week searching for papers

The average Australian household estimates the total financial value of their clutter is $6623

Life is too short to waste looking for stuff, we will take you from clutter chaos to calm

Learn how to mindfully declutter, reduce waste  with The 10R’s©

Join our fun, interactive workshop and learn

  • How to identify your clutter
  • How to mindfully declutter
  • How to eco organise
  • How to refuse clutter
  • How to identify treasures
  • How to reduce waste and divert from landfill
  • How to maintain a clutter free space so you can live the life you want

You will leave with a better understanding of what your clutter is, and how to responsibly dispose of unwanted stuff.

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Free yourself from the clutter spiral

Meet Tanya Lewis

Eco Organiser® and The Waste Coach

Tanya’s emphasis is on regaining control over our time and space by using mindful and ethical consumption. Before we buy anything, she challenges us to rethink the following questions: do I really need it? Will I use it? When I’m finished with it, how can I dispose of it?

Through The 10R’s© Tanya reminds us of the link between over consumption and clutter, Tanya’s workshops are based on a series of practical, helpful principles to help us live a richer, happier life.

From the Australian bush, Sydney Opera House and London, Tanya has helped over 8000 people organise their living and work spaces and diverted an estimated 40 000kg unwanted items from landfill.



STUFF OFF! (e book) 30 Day Declutter Challenge (e book)  Declutter Wardrobe Bootcamp (e book)

Tanya regularly contributes to national TV and radio, podcasts -War on Waste- Life Matters, Melbourne University, Strathclyde University-Glasgow and she has been a spokesperson for numerous organisations including Mobile Muster Mobile for a Meal campaign, National Ambassador for Garage Sale Trail 2017 and Planet Ark Ambassador, she is a visionary believes that being organised won’t cost the earth.

The 10R’s© Rethink Responsible Refuse Repurpose Repair Reorganise Reduce Reuse Recycle Reward


Red Hill Healing Market- How to mindfully declutter your life

Red Hill Farm Produce plays host to a community event showcasing some of Melbourne’s finest healers.

Join us for an afternoon of healing delight as we come together to experience the healing event of the year!

Set on a beautiful 15-acre property in the heart of Red Hill, Reiki Master Angela Mornane has generously opened her home for the public to experience a wide range of healing modalities from some of Melbourne’s best readers, healers, teachers and Eco Organiser®.

Join Australia’s leading sustainable clutter free coach, Tanya Lewis aka, The Eco Organiser® and get ready to move mountains!

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Mindfulness In Action- Melbourne

Mindfulness in action

Guess what a Chinese lawyer, a Brazilian (reformed) data scientist, an Aussie Health, Safety & Wellbeing manager, a Planet Ark Ambassador and an international Agile Coach have in common?

A long term and solid mindfulness practice that underpins their successful and happiness driven lives.

In the last 5 years mindfulness has moved out of temples in the East and become one of the most powerful mainstream business and life tools of the West. It has been embraced by the revered Harvard Business Review to humble primary schools, and adopted by law firms and banks to start-ups, government agencies and an ever-growing list of Fortune 500 companies.

Still, there is a lot of confusion surrounding mindfulness…and although most people have heard about it, many don’t truly understand what mindfulness actually is and how to (easily and quickly) integrate it into their work and personal lives.

Join 5 energetic, enigmatic and engaging mindfulness experts for a rich and insightful discussion exploring what this tool and practice is really all about, and most importantly, discover how to put mindfulness in action throughout your daily life for countless physical, psychological and psychological benefits that will flow into your family, your community and our planet.

WHEN: Wednesday, 28th August.

WHERE: The Work Club – 287 – Collins St – Melbourne CBD.

HOW MUCH: $25 – all profits donated to The Black Dog Institute.

WHO: Entrepreneurs, Leaders, Professionals and curious Human Beings with an open mind.

WHAT: Panel discussion with 5 experts, Q&A from the audience; followed by open networking.

HOW LONG: Registration from 5.30. Panel from 6pm until 7pm. Event closure at 7.30pm.

WHY: To go beyond theories and information on mindfulness, and start cultivating a mindfulness practice as a way for meaningful transformation in our daily lives.


Work Club Melbourne: 287, Collins St – Melbourne CBD.