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Book Shelfies not Selfies

Let 2016 be the year where we break the internet with #bookshelfies not #selfies. Go full frontal (so to speak) with a copy of #thehappycloset and reclaim the dignity of the digital age. Join the growing #bookshelf of readers around the world and let's create

Decluttering Is an Inside Job This week's video is a bit of a buzzkill. Before the ink has dried on those New Year's rezzies, I'd recommend you tune in. In short - there's really no point in making any promises to yourself, especially if a closet clear-out is top of the list.

What’s Your Relationship Like? When it comes to our relationship with clothing, most of us are in need of some serious couple's counselling. From the moment we make that financial commitment to have and to hold, we stand accused of spousal abandonment (still in bag with tags, flung on the

International Sizing Charts

Tis the season for buying online, getting confused and being schlepped with the wrong size. Bad choices happen to good people but you can minimise the instances for retail regret with international guidelines on how to size up, down and across the miles. Check out

Win a Copy of The Happy Closet

To celebrate the release of The Happy Closet, I'm giving away three copies of the book. Want to be in with a chance to win? Simply click on the homepage and sign up for the weekly newsletter. Easy. All new subscribers will be entered into the draw. Current

Choice and Regret Hanging onto a bad buy will not redeem the purchase.” Terence Conran Ah, the lingering pong of regret! There's nothing like an aul bang of 'What the hell was I thinking?' to massage our self-esteem. Fancy a whiff? Just open your closet doors and let the olfactory