by Leanne Opening the door to a well organized closet is a peaceful way to start the day. Wouldn’t you love to be able to open your closet and pick out an outfit to wear for any occasion in 20 seconds or less. Well, I can teach you how and it will only sting for…

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by Mimi Tanner One of the easiest and best ways to declutter your life is to start with your car. This has many benefits: – It makes you feel good immediately – It’s easy to declutter a car, compared to decluttering a home – It encourages you to declutter more areas of your life –…

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by Kathryn Weber It happens without warning. One day you notice your home has turned into a collage of papers, junk, and stuff everywhere. You re not alone. Today more than ever it seems that the flotsam and jetsam of living, like the waves of an ocean, continually beat at our doors, flooding our houses…

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by Kathyrn Weber Should you Declutter your friends? Our excess stuff can block us, but toxic relationships can truly shut off the flow of wealth, enjoyment, success and happiness in our lives. so, let’s take a good look at your relationships to examine their effect on your happiness: Taking Inventory — How Evaluating Your Relationships…

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by Maria Gracia Does the thought of getting organized sap your energy? It doesn’t have to. Here are 5 energizing ideas. TAKE A DEEP BREATH. Getting overwhelmed just looking at the clutter is one of the greatest excuses not to start. Take a deep breath and focus on one small area. Once that area is…

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by Kathryn Weber Have you ever felt like the more you tried to accomplish something, the more elusive it becomes? That’s the subject of today’s Feature Article in this month of clutter and letting go. One of Buddhism’s central tenets is that pain comes with attachment. We are pained to let something go because we…

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by Maria Gracia There are lots of resolutions made on the 1st of the year including taking off some holiday pounds, eating better, being nicer to people and spending less. However, one of the most important resolutions you can declare for yourself is one that will affect every area of your life. That is to…

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By Kathryn Weber In today’s shopaholic society, we have tendency to hang on to too much stuff. Our homes and offices are jammed with equipment, clothing, papers, and all those bargains we haul home from the mall. The problem, though, everyone says, is the clutter. Actually, the real problem is not the stuff, it’s the…

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