Obsessive Tidiness Disorder or: How we can learn to stop worrying and love nature’s messiness

Why do we do it? It consumes countless hours of our lives. It must cost millions. Every hedge neatly trimmed, every verge carefully mown, every ‘weed’ meticulously eradicated. Obsessive Tidiness Disorder (OTD) is everywhere – and it’s choking our wildlife. Don’t get me wrong, tidiness can be important. No-one likes to see litter. Long grass … Continue reading Obsessive Tidiness Disorder or: How we can learn to stop worrying and love nature’s messiness