“Too Much Stuff” Syndrome or How Decorating and Organizing Can Help Your Sanity

Written by Lisa DeClue

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“Too Much Stuff” Syndrome or How Decorating and Organizing Can Help Your Sanity by Lisa DeClue

This area of home life is different from others in that it involves allrepparttar 136786 senses and to that degree it is successful, engendering varying emotions. Decorating isn't really a hobby, nor is it merely an activity; it's a driving force of many people to live in comfortable and pleasing surroundings while they regenerate from a stressful world. Yet, decorating by itself is not nearly as completely satisfying as having an organized home that is rich in beautiful detail. Decorating and organizing go hand-in-hand, like a one-two punch of home completion.

In an effort to motivate you to action, use these suggestions to help you on your way to an organized home this spring and summer.

Paper Clutter 1.If you’re like my dear Mother and you still have newspapers from 1978 because you haven’t read them all: Don’t walk, RUN torepparttar 136787 sanitation department and rent an industrial sized dumpster to leave in your driveway for a week. 2.I’m giving you permission to touch your incoming mail and papers more than once – only ifrepparttar 136788 second “touching” is onrepparttar 136789 way torepparttar 136790 dumpster. 3.You know that pile of “things to file” that keeps growing? Guess what – dump that too. You can always print off another copy or send away forrepparttar 136791 info. overrepparttar 136792 Internet. (This, coming fromrepparttar 136793 daughter of a paper monster…)

Clothing Twice a year, my mom would make me try on clothes forrepparttar 136794 upcoming season. She would invariably choose cold mornings to try on summer things andrepparttar 136795 hottest day on record to slip into woolens and flannels… (If your kids give you flack for trying on clothes inrepparttar 136796 comfort of air conditioning, you may use this as your own example.) If you haven’t worn something inrepparttar 136797 time it took you to have your second child, it’s probably not worth hanging on to (unless, of course,repparttar 136798 dumpster is full).

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