Skip Links
Close Dialog

Tanya Lewis:
How to ethically declutter your home

Ecologically-aware organiser and author Tanya Lewis challenges us to rethink consumption, turn chaos into opportunities and free ourselves from the vicious clutter cycle to regain control over our time and space.

In the Playhouse.

“Live simply, so others can simply live.”


Free yourself from the clutter cycle

Tanya Lewis is on a mission to prove that being organised needn’t cost the earth. Her approach and practical tips will help you discover the things you really need, and want - and make it easier for you to find them in your home.

Tanya's emphasis is on regaining control over our time and space by using mindful consumption. Before we buy anything, she challenges us to think about the following questions: do I really need it? Will I use it? When I'm finished with it, how can I dispose of it?

Reminding us of the link between overconsumption and clutter, Tanya's workshops are based on a series of practical, helpful principles to help us live a richer, happier life a series of practical, helpful principles to help us live a richer, happier life.

More about Tanya Lewis...

Motivational speaker, author and workshop leader, Tanya Lewis helps us regain control over our time and space in an eco-friendly way, as an ecologically-aware organiser

Tanya has helped over 6000 people organise their living and work spaces and diverted an estimated 32,000 unwanted items from landfill.  Author of Stuff Off, Tanya regularly contributes to national TV and radio and has been a spokesperson for numerous organisations, including Mobile Muster, Mobile For A Meal, and was National Ambassador for Garage Sale Trail 2017.

Frequently Asked Questions

You may also like...

How to fillet a fish
1pm, Sat 1 Sept 2018
Confused about cod? Scared of sardines? Terrified of unsustainable tuna? Australia’s fish guru Josh Niland dives deep into ethical seafood shopping, and teaches you how to clean, gut and fillet a fish.
Maureen Dowd
1pm, Sun 2 Sept 2018
As America’s best-known female newspaper columnist, Maureen Dowd has covered four presidential campaigns, and brings an astute take on contemporary American politics and its leaders.
Three ways to save the world
11am, Sun 2 Sept 2018
Time is of the essence when you’re trying to save the world. Join Raj Patel, Liz Jackson, and Jonathan Drori as they offer up timely solutions to urgent global problems. Expect economics, design, the natural world…and everything in between.