Closed September 2017

Posts Tagged: clutter

Are You Improving? Ten Little Ideas to Be More Organized

September is National Self-Improvement Month. What are you currently doing to improve yourself? I have a friend/mentor who tries a new self-improvement habit every 30 days, a new focus for each month. He sees how much it improves his life or not, and if it's good, he keeps doing it. I love this idea! Here… Read more »

Oh, Fudge: Four “F-Words” to Help You Organize

I have written a regular column for the Connections for Women website for years now, and I just wrote this article below for their September edition. I hope you like it. ========================= One of our constant messages to people is to think about your organizing projects comprehensively… don’t just “clean it up” and expect it… Read more »

Doing = Having: Why Being Busy Can Mean More Clutter

I was just telling a reporter that many of the people we serve in our Clutter Diet online program are women who are doing too much. They are working full- or part-time outside the home, volunteering at school or at church (or both), rearing children, sometimes homeschooling, caring for aging parents, running a small business… Read more »

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