clutter

Small daily decluttering chores can make a big difference.
Research suggests these lesser-known ways to reduce the indoor spread of the virus that causes COVID-19.
Experts share their tips for even the most cleaning-averse.
Organizational expert, bestselling author, and host of “Life Organized,” Barbara Reich knows a thing or two about clutter
1. Tossing and catching a ball tethered to my wrist. 2. Blinking often and rapid blinking a few times a day. 3. Lifting eyebrows
In the past couple of weeks I was at a retreat (sans computer or iPhone) and then it was Christmas and my usual unrestricted
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To share a personal example, I have always had little confidence in myself. When I get nervous before a large speaking engagement
My husband and I followed our realtor's recommendations, cast aside our personal feelings and scrubbed the condo clean of any personality, going so far as to paint the entire thing white. Update: our home is presently under contract. Say no more.