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Are you drowning in clutter and don’t know where to start? Would you like to be more organized? Would you like more time for fun?
My name is Joshua Becker. We are a family of four living in Peoria, AZ. My wife and I are in our early-thirties. My son is 9, my daughter is 6.
webster (you know, the one who wrote that dictionary) defines clutter as “ to fill or cover with scattered or disordered things that impede movement or reduce effectiveness .” is it just me or does that defintion feel cluttered? here is how i have come to define clutter in my life… clutter is anything that is disorganized. the motto in our house goes like, “everything has a home.” clutter collects when things have strayed from their home and got mixed up with everything else. toys left on the floor. mail sitting on the kitchen table. shoes outside the hallway closet. clothes that need to be put away sitting out. a work file not returned to its cabinet. the list continues. anything that is disorganized or untidy is clutter.
plastic Food pots & tubs Household cleaner and detergent bottles Margarine tubs Plastic drinks bottles Plastic milk bottles Plastic trays Toiletries and shampoo bottles Yoghurt pots composting
[ Download Mind Map ] This Guest Post, written by Paul Foreman , presents us with very simple, yet extremely effective solutions on how to de-clutter our environment and mind in ways that will bring about a greater sense of balance, freedom and fulfillment into our lives. You can free a tremendous weight off your shoulders and mind, not to mention your floorboards, simply by having a big clear out of unwanted stuff.