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Ways That Clutter Steals Your Peace

By | August 1st, 2019|Categories: Decluttering|Tags: , , , |

Clutter is invasive and steals your peace.  Much like weeds in your garden that grow over and around the plants that you love.  Those weeds can strangle and kill your beloved plants. Clutter accumulates on top and around things like the weeds in your garden.  It will cover all the open space if you allow it which causes stagnant energy. Stagnant energy causes stress, and stress steals your peace. Think about your house when it’s closed up for a period of time, how it feels when you walk in the door.  There’s no energy, or air moving around so it [...]

Spring Cleaning Renews Home & Soul

By | March 24th, 2017|Categories: Home Organization, Peace, Spring Cleaning|Tags: , , , , |

Spring is a time that refreshes, renews, and brings positive energy into our homes and souls. Spring cleaning is a ritual a lot of us engage in at the beginning of the season.  Some are anxious to begin, others dread it, and some just don’t do it at all. The term ‘spring cleaning’ means different things to everyone.  To some it may mean cleaning the house from top to bottom and everything in between. To others it may mean cleaning things that don’t get done during regular cleaning sessions. Whatever it means to you, the results have an internal effect [...]

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Establishing Boundaries

By | March 9th, 2016|Categories: Peace, Respect|Tags: , , , |

A couple of years ago, I wrote an article on the subject of boundaries, called ‘Respect…Yours, Mine & Ours’.  Here is a link to the article in case you missed it. The subject of the article was intended to help those living with one or more family members, to establish boundaries for storage & use of their belongings, as well as the others, out of respect for one another.  By doing this, my hope was to establish a peaceful living environment for everyone in the home. The same thought process can be used to establish boundaries with people as well [...]

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Is Your Basement A Dumping Ground?

By | March 19th, 2014|Categories: Decluttering, Home Organization, Organizing Tips|Tags: , , , |

Basements are the foundations of our homes. They can be versatile in function. Most have infrastructure components such as a furnace, electrical panels and a water heater, that at some time or another will require repair or maintenance. Some are used as extended living spaces. Some are used for storage with an area for laundry, and others combine all these functions. Keeping all the various functions of your basement organized, can be challenging, especially the storage areas. This article will focus on the storage areas. The types of items you have in the storage areas and how to store them so you [...]

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Creating Peace at Home Through Organizing

By | December 15th, 2013|Categories: Home Organization, Organizing Tips, Peace|Tags: , , , |

How does your home feel to you? When you walk in the door, do you feel a sense of calm or chaos? Are you happy to be home or feel like screaming as you run out the door? Do you know why you feel this way? It could be for a lot of reasons. Each of us has a lot going on in our lives at any given moment. We need a place to go to relax from the stress of the day, to be at peace. That place will be different for each of us but as natural philosopher, [...]

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