Why lack of space is not the problem…

Sheila Chandra - Thursday, August 17, 2017

Clutter isn’t caused by lack of space. It’s caused by believing you have more years to do things in than you actually do. Here’s how to cure both problems.

 Read More

The cupboard of shame…

Sheila Chandra - Thursday, June 22, 2017

Don’t pretend you haven’t got one! That place you’ve put all those guilty purchases – things you never use but can’t bear to throw out. Here’s how to live free of it…

 Read More


Recent Posts


tidier culture professional mentors emotional support tortoise and hare touring theft to do list nurture creativity stay on top of email spree networking effectively writing funding campaigns hotel room brilliant creator artist workspaces temperament artist mentoring clearing as you go tidiness in living spaces low maintenance nurturing creative work streamlining routines home organising popular culture nascent artists anxiety quality crowdfunding under-confidence car warm down diary creative commissions too busy 2018 goals inspiration email bankruptcy feel like creatiing : clothes smart artists elevator pitch artist mentors procrastination compulsion fall of innocence proposal writing well organized chaotic visualising creative career coaching multiple lifetimes partners trope precious memories self promotion effortlessly tidy buying wealth work/home life balance organizing for creative people exhaustion professional creative career overwork parent business-speak subconscious mind Sheila Chandra author making decisions working class culture domestic life emotional resilience sheila chandra coaching low maintenance strategies concentrated creative time critical acclaim artistic conviction creativity diary proposals working class artists slim-line wardrobe fine art home care creative ambitions getting ready for work well curated closet VIPs magic disorganization buying happiness stop hoarding stuff cleaning good creative habits peacefulness artists collections staying in control good art work stardust social media networking hobbies ‘stories’ about your possessions email overload creative magic letting go time clutter good friend focus storage mature artists celebrity endorsed products creative spark feeling creative morning routines network networking work priorities friendships living clutter free creative career clarity of thought emotionally secure artist clear desk the void clearing clutter creative people friends professional encouragement being tripped up clearing productivity wardrobe mess home life slow and steady artistic chaos clean desk confident in clothes artist hoarding creativity options innocence cupboard of shame just in case missed opportunities clutter hostile clutter stay tidy automatically motivation lazy business interface to creative businesses tidy ‘creativity’ display items bulk buy how to be naturally tidy goals introverts nipping things in the bud efficient work patterns long-term artistic development social media buy fewer clothes buying stardust emotional balance great art appointments loving your audience platform card creative culture pop music boredom criteria for letting go of stuff minimalists artist goals why organise vocation stop cluttering copyright diagnosis too many commitments normality creative person funding hijacking creativity myth creative wellbeing binge clear outs successful artist loss housework much quicker how to work efficiently childhood branding resentment arrogance tips for clearing clutter addict cleaning your desk green room grief email guilty purchases lifetimes career strategy creative confidence clearing in short bursts great artists creative identity dynamic spaces artistry organise much better friend artist materials creative organising mornings cry new year vulnerability work life living mess free work efficiently brands control imagination symptoms of creativity jealousy work trips double standard peer-to-peer networks buying youth tidy desk absences workspaces tidy people being organized wind down organisation tension business static spaces commitment sacrifice saving time buying hope pop culture business-like inconvenience how to save time