Clear That CLUTTER (Five Neat Little Tips)

Jacobs, Leslie
August 2010
Guideposts;Aug2010, Vol. 65 Issue 6, p26
The article offers suggestions to balance and organize a messy home. It suggests that one should begin with cabinets and divide the archaic collection of shoes, clothes and accessories in two parts. It advises one to recycle junk mails everyday to manage little things such as insurance claims and bank statements during an unavoidable calamity. Further, it recommends involving children in their daily activities to feel a bit responsible about the daily chaos.


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