The House of Wellness Radio – Full Show 7th August

7 August, 2022 . by Michelle Rose–-Full-Show-Sunday-August-7-2022.mp3 In this week’s episode the team discusses: How decluttering your home can improve your life and wellbeing. The best dental hygiene tips to keep your teeth, gums and mouths...

The House of Wellness Radio – Full Show 19th June

19 June, 2022 . by Erica–-Full-Show-Sunday-June-19-2022.mp3 In this week’s episode the team discusses: Decluttering for your health as clutter is a huge problem for AU, US, UK and Nordicn households causing everything from stress to insomnia. Sudden Adult Death...

Is your home shrinking? It might be time to declutter

17 June, 2022 . by Michelle Rose

A home bursting with too much ‘stuff’ can cause everything from stress to insomnia … so what’s the best way to declutter?


How to rework your home to make getting healthy easier

3 May, 2021 . by Sarah Fennell

We spend a lot of time at home – so a few simple changes to your surroundings can make a real difference to our health and wellbeing.


How to declutter once and for all

16 November, 2020 . by Sarah Fennell

Mess and chaos at home can have a negative impact on your physical and mental wellbeing. Try these expert tips to clear up clutter for good.


Why you need a digital cleanse

6 March, 2019 . by Michelle Rose

Into the Marie Kondo craze? Don’t stop at your physical surrounds – it’s important to clean up your online clutter too.


Small changes that can have a big impact this year

17 January, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

New Year’s resolutions shouldn’t be insurmountable. Keep them small and achievable, and you’ll enjoy big benefits as the year rolls on.


The House of Wellness TV Season 2 – Episode 14

25 November, 2018 . by Sarah Fennell The House of Wellness Season 2 - Episode 14 In this week's show, the team sends Bianca Chatfield to road test the up and coming fitness fads of 2019 to...

How to get your kids on board with decluttering

19 November, 2018 . by Sarah Fennell

It’s tricky to get your children to part with 3000-odd pieces of Lego when your own drawers and cupboards are filled to the brim.