Monthly Archives: September 2009

Seasons Change

It’s time to say goodbye to summer. My neighbor has closed up his pool and it’s time for me to clean out the garden shed. While I don’t look forward to this task, it’s something I know I have to … Continue reading

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Say Aaah

I’m working with a client who is experiencing significant clutter in her small home. We started out with her entryway, which opens directly into the living and dining rooms. Before our first visit she said that she didn’t want to … Continue reading

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Are You a Hoarder?

A&E television is showing a series of programs on Monday nights featuring people who are hoarders. Some of them hoard animals, others hoard what looks like trash; all of them have serious conditions that cause them to continue the behavior. … Continue reading

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Preparedness Month

September is National Preparedness Month. Since 2003, the Ready campaign has issued public service advertising to educate Americans about preparing for emergencies, both man-made and natural disasters. Throughout the month, the Department of Homeland Security, in coordination members of the … Continue reading

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