Hannah Nemeth has written about home improvements, property and personal finance for a wide range of newspapers and magazines. In her spare time, she loves decluttering, having got the bug after watching Netflix’s Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. She collects cactuses and grows her own vegetables.
I have always been a city dweller but am lucky enough to have a small garden to sit and relax in, and to grow vegetables and herbs.
I enjoy getting out of London – particularly to the Cotswolds – and visiting gardens such as at Hidcote Manor and the beautiful fields of lavender at Snowshill.
I started off my career at Practical Householder magazine, writing about DIY projects from building an extension to carrying out small projects like stripping and varnishing a Victorian desk or trying new paint techniques.
I moved on to write more general homes features for magazines such as Ideal Home and Property Ladder and also write about consumer rights, personal finance and property. I like to look at ways to save money in the home and garden – sharing cuttings and packets of seeds with friends for family, for instance.