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Dallas Morning News: Clutter Diet Puts Toys In Their Place

November 30, 2007


Clutter Diet Puts Toys in Their Place

Lorie Marrero, a longtime professional organizer based in Austin, says parents and grandparents don’t have to feel like Scrooge. “Toys and the clutter they create are one of the most common problems we encounter in our business,” she says. “Most of us have a love-hate relationship with toys; we love giving them but hate stepping on them in the middle of the night. And we hate the clutter and chaos they can create in the home.” (Click link to read the full article)

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