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Tulsa World: During holidays, keep clutter in perspective

December 20, 2010



If “clutter” is a frequent word in your vocabulary, you are far from alone.

In fact, the holiday season is rife with all kinds of clutter – from messy closets full of shopping bags and gift wrap to cars crammed with reminders of frazzled after-school errands.

But Lorie Marrero, author of “The Clutter Diet: The Skinny on Organizing Your Home and Taking Control of Your Life” is here to help with some more calming words.

Click the link below to read those calming words and the rest of the article.

“Mainly, we have to remember that the holidays are a time you’re supposed to be joyful and happy, and you’re supposed to be spending time with your family,” Marrero said. “And it’s hard to be joyful if you’re feeling stressed.”


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