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!

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