December 20, 2010
By KIM BROWN
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.
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“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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