peter walsh

Getting organized is a life changing habit. Life changing habits take time, effort and practice to implement. It's a marathon, not a race so keep at it. The benefits will make the process completely worth it.
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It all happens so quickly: One minute, you have a manageable pile of junk mail on the dining room table. A few days later
For example, near the stovetop should be the pots and pans you use most often; near the sink, the items you frequently use
Kitchens have the tendency to become overrun with small appliances, pots and pans, cookbooks and various culinary gadgets
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7. Family room: The ratio-reduction rule. If you have a difficult time knowing where to start decluttering, try using the