Archive for the Clutter Control Category

Does Your Home Have Organization Problems?

There are homes in which a reasonable person wouldn’t (or couldn’t) attempt maintenance cleaning, but the problem is more a matter of organization than cleaning. For example, in the kitchen the problem may not be a long-term collection of dirt, grime, and grease, but instead a fairly […]

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Rules To De-clutter Your Home

Here are the rules that are your path out of a life-style bogged down with stuff, immobilized by disorganization, and stymied by interruption. They will assist you in your day-to-day decision-making process when clutter or household organization is the subject at hand. Keep these rules in ongoing […]

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How Do You Know If You Have A Clutter Problem?

So how do you know that you have a household clutter problem? We’re not going to give you one of those self-scoring tests that you’re doomed to fail. But here are a few questions you might want to ask yourself in a benign manner. Do you save […]

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New Year’s Resolution: Get Organized!

The first step to getting your home organized is to de-clutter. It is essential! Ask a dozen people what drives them crazy around their house – besides their spouse, of course – and chances are most will mention clutter high on the list. If it’s not a […]

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Rules for Uncluttering Cont’d, Rule 4

RULE 4:  HANDLE SOME THINGS ONCE This rule is necessary because of the excuse “for now.” For example, “I will put this jacket here for now,” or “I will put this stack of papers here for now.” This phrase should be forbidden to a known clutterer. Once […]

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