It’s a good idea at least once a year to take some time to look at your personal files and find a better way to organize your papers. This article shows you how.
Junk mail is an overwhelming nuisance. You have enough paperwork in your life without having to sort through piles you don’t even want. And some of it contains so much personal information that you really need to shred it. Here’s a complete 8-step plan for how to stop junk mail and keep it stopped.
Decluttering is wonderful, but sometimes it gets overwhelming. This simple 5 step system will help you tackle your clutter one step at a time. And because it’s step by step, you can pause between steps as needed without your whole effort falling apart.
If you have a chaotic drawer full of makeup you don’t use everyday, there are some simple rules of thumb to help you pare it all down and put it in some kind of order.
If your pantry (or cabinets) is getting full of jumbled miscellany, cooking can become a depressing chore. At least once a year (I’d say every 6 months for most people), you should clean it out. Start with the obvious. Go through every item looking for past expiration dates – toss ’em. Also keep an eye …