October 11, 2010
by Alexis James
This just in: getting organized can save you money. We all knew that having a “place for everything and everything in its place” would likely save time, but it can also keep some extra cash in your pocket. Even if you’re organizationally challenged, there are things you can do to keep track of what you own, get rid of the things you don’t need, get the most out of the things you do, do more with less and come out ahead.
Lorie Marrero created The Clutter Diet program for people who need to get their lives back on track. In today’s uncertain economy, making the most of what you have is even more relevant.
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