I'm on this month's Penguin Living podcast

Sheila Chandra - Thursday, March 01, 2018

I recently got invited to do the Penguin Living podcast available here

"This week’s episode is dedicated to clutter busting and spring cleaning – but how can we make a clutter-free life something that we cary through the whole year round? To help find the answers, Melissa Hemsley is joined by authors Sheila Chandra (Banish Clutter Forever) and Emma Gannon (Ctrl, Alt; Delete) who share practical tips. Plus we hear from Japanese bestseller Shoukei Matsumoto, with excerpts from his audiobook, A Monk's Guide to a Clean House and Mind."

Lots of tips throughout and great fun! Happy listening!

Post has no comments.
Post a Comment

Captcha Image


Recent Posts


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