This weekend we challenge our readers to declutter your bookshelves and stacks of magazines at home. For each title ask yourself: Do I love it? Do I need it? Do I use it? Some books might be ones that you read over and over, some might just be visually interesting for your decor, and others… Continue reading Weekend Warrior Challenge: Book Declutter
The following anonymous story is shared with permission from the client in hopes that this message will inspire and encourage others. One of my clients recently mentioned having a dream where they were hosting guests, but an enormous tiger was in the house. In this dream, the client essentially kept moving the "tiger" from room… Continue reading What’s Your Tiger?
If you are decluttering any area of your home or office, chances are there will be items that you wish to donate to a thrift store, shelter, or other charity. Years ago, to take advantage of tax deductions, I would itemize each donation by writing down items on a list and guessing values. I later… Continue reading Donations Made Easy
Earlier this week, I promised to share a tip on keeping your wallet decluttered. If you missed that post on tote organization, you can find it here. The tip I'm going to share is one that can help literally everyone who is old enough to spend money. If you've EVER been into a retail store, grocery… Continue reading Simple Card Organization
Decluttering your closet soon? After purging items from your wardrobe take time to list high-quality items on a resale site. This is an easy way to earn some money for clothing that you no longer love or can wear. My personal favorite site is Tradesy. As items are pulled from my closet, I list them… Continue reading Put Your Closet to Work