Tag Archives: livability

Declutter for 30 minutes a day

 “We recently moved to a smaller house, and every day, I spend 30 minutes working through drawers,” “Having less stuff is so much better for your mental health.” If she puts together a pile to donate, she’ll drop it off … Continue reading

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Beautifual Corner

Never miss an opportunity to fill an empty corner with functional accents. It’s a great way to to incorporate a little personality along with particle storage. Integrate texture, pattern and contrast and don’t forget interesting decorative accessories

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Keep it Classy

Buy Items bigger than a “pineapple” and leave tchotchkes alone

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Declutter Like You Mean It!

Start small to avoid burnout, don’t tackle an entire two car garage at one go. Instead, pick a junk drawer or shelf to finsh in one sitting. Savor it, then move on to the next small task! Positively Purging-I welcome … Continue reading

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Decluttering When You Have Kids

Q : I’ve decluttered so much already, but there’s always stuff everywhere, and there’s not much else I can get rid of. Should I organize better or get the kids to help? A: We have to recognize the difference between clutter and … Continue reading

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