De-Cluttering And Simplifying Your Life

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I might need it. I can reuse it. I saw this great idea on Pinterest.

We have all probably uttered one of those sentiments at one time or another, and the same thing has probably happened with about ninety percent of those “useful” items. They end up creating clutter — in drawers, in baskets, in the middle of our daily lives. Lets face it. Life is stressful enough. We don’t need our homes to add to the chaos of our daily lives.

Marin Rose knows a thing or two about clutter. She’s a professional organizer and the author of “Breaking Up With Your Stuff: Emotional Homework To End Your Toxic Relationship With The Clutter Culture.” She has assisted hundreds of households reduce clutter in their homes, giving them a peaceful sanctuary to relax in and enjoy.

Marin admits what is “too much” to one person may not be too much to another. She emphasizes only allowing their homes to contain things that bring them pleasure and support their current needs — not the needs of the future or the needs of the past.

You can learn more about Marin’s tips to an organized life by picking up her book. You can find it at The Book Tavern and the Richmond County Library or by ordering it online from

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