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  • Quick Ways to Declutter 5 Home Hot Spots

    Quick Ways to Declutter 5 Home Hot Spots33

    By Tracy McCubbin Why declutter? The answer is easy: Decluttering saves you time and money. It also improves your health and happiness. Being cluttered eats up a lot of time: time looking for your keys, looking for the mail to pay the bills, or trying to find an outfit to wear to work that day.

  • One Mom’s Yearlong Decluttering Adventure

    One Mom’s Yearlong Decluttering Adventure0

    Vermont author and mom Eve Schaub previously set her family on an adventure in her well-known first novel, Year of No Sugar. For her next project, she set her sights (and her family) on the 567-square-foot, jam-packed spare room in her home, a spot/nemesis she nicknamed “Hell Room”. In her latest book, Schaub recounts her

  • How to Find Your Child’s Organizational Style

    How to Find Your Child’s Organizational Style0

    By Katherine Firestone There is no one specific way to be organized. Your child does not have to color-code by subject (though, that is one good way to organize). He or she does not necessarily have to use a planner (though the teacher probably won’t appreciate I said that). And children don’t even need a

  • An Organized Child (It’s Not An Oxymoron)

    An Organized Child (It’s Not An Oxymoron)0

    The new school year is in full swing, which means loaded backpacks and kids frazzled by homework, responsibilities at home, sports, and activities. Helping your child get organized so they don’t forget to bring homework to school or cleats to the football game will not only keep your stress level down but also help your