Former investment banker Nicola Lewis likes to organise. Which is just as well, because the demand for decluttering has never been higher.Her clients might be coping with a bereavement, and the resultant truckload of unwanted furniture; or just moving house after decades of unintentional hoarding. As she explains to Olly in this laid-back chat, Nicola's skills lie in helping folks decide what to keep, what to donate, and what to throw out…You can discover more at thisgirlcanorganise.com.Elsewhere this episode, Ollie Peart returns from trying his hand at a spoken word evening to flag up this week’s trends in The Zeitgeist. To wit: the return of the bucket hat, and a revival in passive-view telly… in an internet browser.Meanwhile, in this week’s Foxhole, Alix Fox considers the internal workings of the clitoris, and whether a trans-man’s clit might continue to expand inside his body as a result of taking testosterone.(The Foxhole is, as ever, proudly sponsored by our friends at MyCondom.com. Remember to use the discount code ‘FOXHOLE’ to get 15% OFF).In this week’s Lifehack, Natasha from RemyHairClub reveals her Top 3 tips for choosing a wig: select your material carefully, bear the climate in mind and scan social media for inspiration.For more from Natasha, check out @remyhairclub on Instagram.Finally, our record of the week is by rising LA producer Hoodboi. It’s called Long Distance, and it’s the third single from his upcoming EP, out May 22nd on Fool’s Gold records.If you have an idea for a future guest, a challenge suggestion for Ollie, a question of sex for Alix - or any other feedback you’d like to share - please visit our website, ModernMann.co.uk, and click Feedback.If you can afford to make a regular donation to the show, you’ll find our Beer Money links there, too.And, if you enjoy the show, please vote for us in the British Podcast Awards at BritishPodcastAwards.com/Vote.Thanks!See You Next Tuesday.Presenter: Olly Mann. Contributors: Ollie Peart, Alix Fox, Nicola Lewis, Natasha Lombe, Hoodboi. Producer: Matt Hill. Theme Music: 'Skies Over Cairo' by Django Django. Graphic Design: Jenny Mann Design. Copyright: Olly Mann / Rethink Audio 2018.