Monthly Archives: February 2013

Product Review and Giveaway – My Clothing Helper

How do you know when you last wore a piece of clothing? Do you do the “sniff” test to determine whether you can wear something one more time? What if you had a system for keeping track of how many … Continue reading

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true confessions: too many piles

I came down the stairs today and before I even had coffee, I felt overwhelmed by piles in the foyer. There’s a pile of The Clutter Book to take to the bookstore for sale. There’s a pile for my sister … Continue reading

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low vision month

According to Prevent Blindness America, 96% of people believe that good vision is crucial to overall quality of life. People who are blind or partially sighted experience challenges in transportation, work and accomplishing basic tasks at home. Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) … Continue reading

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Reader Question: Ungifting Party

When you have young children, it can seem like you’re going to a birthday party every week. No party would be complete without presents, would it? Recently a reader asked how to avoid the overwhelming number of birthday gifts her … Continue reading

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catching up

It’s been a challenging week here. My mother has been ill and I spent another night in the hospital with her. Getting her medically stable so she could be discharged became the priority and I found myself in the position … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Cleaning (or Why My Sink is Like Your Clutter)

My house is pretty clean. I don’t like to spend time cleaning, so I don’t let big messes develop. So, while I usually attack grime before it gets out of control, today I noticed the crusty growth around the kitchen … Continue reading

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