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So Much Desk, So Little Room

Today's post was inspired by a fellow blogger's recent lament about the lack of space in her shared condo. Blogger + Hubby are forced to use their only table as both dining room table and workspace. Of course, she isn't alone. Most of you probably feel that you don't have as much space as you would like. So how to reconcile the need for a distinct work area with the limitations of a confined space? Here ...
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Chatting with The Feng Shui Guy

I am delighted to introduce you to Ariel Joseph Towne, also known as The Feng Shui Guy. Ariel is an internationally recognized feng shui consultant and life coach who has worked with CEO's, celebrities, single moms, large companies, and average couples. He has sold a show based upon his work to the SyFy network, has had his own radio show on Sirius, and has contributed to four books. He has also just authored his own ...
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Just Shoe It: Organizing Your Shoe Collection

Lots of us claim that we love our shoes. That we love shoes in general. That we would consider giving up a couple of toes if it meant owning the pairs we've lusted after forever. And then we throw them around in our closet like two stinking slabs of leather. Or we cram them into any available crevice. Or we relegate them to the lowest levels of our closet, where they can barely be seen ...
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myCal: The Wonders of a Wall Calendar

This super technologically advanced day and age of the iPhone, the iPad, and the iCal offers a slew of electronic calendar options for tech-savvy and busy families. This is not the point at which I urge you to go download the latest, must-have scheduling app. No, this, in fact, is when I offer you a solution from the sleepy days of yesteryear. Brace yourselves: there is still nothing quite like having a real live calendar. ...
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The Finery Things- Organizing Jewelry by Brain Type

When it comes to organizing jewelry, the two main concerns are keeping it from getting tangled, and keeping it from getting lost. General rules include the fact that necklaces should be hung to avoid getting tangled, Sterling silver should be stored in a felt or velvet pouch to prevent tarnishing, and pearls should be kept in a cotton or silk pouch to avoid being scratched. Other than that, it’s a matter of personality and personal ...
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