Monthly Archives: June 2010

Clutter vs Collections

I was at the grocery store yesterday and I picked up a home decorating magazine while I waited to check out. The cover featured a breathtakingly beautiful room, the walls of which were filled with floor-to-ceiling open bookcases. The shelving … Continue reading

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What’s in Your Closet?

Recently I have been working with clients who did big clothing purges. They can’t figure out how they had so much clothing to begin with, and are amazed when they see the amount of clothes they chose not to keep. … Continue reading

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To Find it, Put it Away

I have been wearing eyeglasses since I was in junior high. During that very long time, I have never lost a pair of glasses. Not when I only used them for seeing the blackboard at school or watching TV or … Continue reading

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Do We Need Social Shopping?

There are Web sites that let you share information and photographs with a select group of people online. Now you can share with everyone how you are spending your money by using websites like Blippy and Swipely. Because it’s too … Continue reading

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