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Top Organizing Myths: Part 2

MYTH 1: Organizing is a one shot deal. This is a really hopeful myth. But sadly, so untrue. If you organize your garage and a year later you look at it again and it’s a mess you might say this … Continue reading

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Top Organizing Myths and ways to get over them

A myth is a story we tell ourselves or each other that has no basis in fact or natural event. Such a common way to deal with something we don’t want to look at realistically, right? “I have time to … Continue reading

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Love your home again!

Have you ever invited a friend over and just before they arrived, you saw what they will see (dusty shelves, overflowing with books, papers, piles of laundry clean and dirty etc. etc.) and felt pre-embarrased? So, you spent the next … Continue reading

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Wastefulness of Decluttering

I subscribe to just a few blogs.  I must love them very much if they are to be put into my email inbox mulitiple times a week. This here Blog is one of them: Zen Habits   I'm giving you … Continue reading

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Emily’s Organizing Rules: Part 1

Emily's Organizing Rules So, I was just talking to my good friend Tracy the other day.  She's moving for the 2nd time in as many years.  Getting excited to move again is just about impossible for most folks, but Tracy … Continue reading

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Project Patience

It’s all about patience.  There is a temptation, a compulsion sometimes to push through to the end of a project.  Just get it done, no matter the cost and frustration. But sometimes projects benefit from some distance. I am getting … Continue reading

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