Posts Tagged ‘household maintenance’

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

“I can’t put it away; I’m going to use it again tomorrow.”  The fact that you’re going to use/wear/eat/play with/work on something tomorrow should have no bearing on whether or not you put it away today. You’re going to get dirty again tomorrow, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t shower today.  You’re probably going to

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Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Even if you have ruthlessly edited the contents of your space today, it’s inevitable that with the passing of time, you will find yourself no longer needing or desiring additional belongings. The moment any item crosses over from necessary and desired into the realm of extraneous is the point at which it morphs into clutter,

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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Today, teacups, I want to discuss one of the most important and basic organizing strategies. Those who follow this rule never struggle to keep their homes in order, and they never find themselves bogged down in clutter. It will change everything, promise. One in, one out. You’ve no doubt heard of it before, maybe rolled

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