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How to do an email audit | Pauline Wiles
Clutter, Time Management

How to Do an Email Audit

Feeling overwhelmed by all the email you get? You’re not alone! Many workers report spending more than 2 hours a day just reading and responding to emails. And with the average person checking email about 15 times a day,…

Free mini course: Your Clutter Persona

New mini course: Your Clutter Persona

I’m pleased to announce that my new mini course, Your Clutter Persona, is now available. It’s a 5-part email course which aims to move away from the one-size-fits-all advice which seems so common in the area of decluttering and…

The scariest organizing mistakes | Pauline Wiles

The Scariest Organizing Mistakes

With a nod to Halloween, I’m gathering today a collection of some of the scariest organizing mistakes which I see people make, particularly around decluttering your home. There are wonderful benefits of being more organized, including saving time and…

25 Questions to Use When Decluttering

25 Questions to Ask When Decluttering

I don’t know whether it’s the change in seasons, or whether it’s because I finally got around to reading Marie Kondo’s The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up, but I’m feeling a renewed enthusiasm for decluttering. And like everyone…

Contemplation by Design Summit
Clutter, Mindfulness, Productivity for Writers

More Mindful, Less Muddle

Update: this event has finished. Catch the replay here. Registration is now open for my session at Stanford University’s free¬†Contemplation by Design Summit on Saturday November 3, 2018. I’ll be presenting More Mindful, Less Muddle, offering a five step…

Purging Paper | Pauline WilesPurging Paper | Pauline Wiles

Purging Paper: Reader Q&A

Whenever I talk with readers about clutter and feeling organized, paper is invariably mentioned. It seems many of us struggle with far too much paper in our lives. It forms insidious, accusatory piles all over our homes and in…

6 Months of No Shopping | Pauline Wiles

Interview: 6 Months of No Shopping

Since leaving my day job I’ve made a conscious effort to buy less “stuff”. It makes sense for me economically, and also feels appropriate, given that I’m blessed by plentiful possessions, a gym membership and a library card! But…