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Monthly Tips for Staying Organized | September 2016

Important Papers: What to Keep, What to Toss

The average American wastes 55 minutes a day (roughly 12 days a year) looking for things they own but can’t find. The U.S. Postal Service attests to the fact that contemporary Americans get more mail in one month than their parents received in an entire year, and more mail in one year than their grandparents received in a lifetime.

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[PODCAST]: Creating A Wardrobe Capsule

Wardrobes can be tough to manage and can become disarrayed. To keep your wardrobe in check and manageable for you and the lifestyle you lead, a capsule may be just the thing you are looking for. Certified Professional Organizer Geralin Thomas discusses creating the perfect capsule for your specific needs!

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National Preparedness Month

September is National Preparedness Month and a reminder that we should always be prepared for an emergency or disaster. If you had 15 minutes or less to evacuate your home, what would you take? Photos, electronics, laptops and computers, prescription medication or vital documents? Could you gather most of these items up in 15 minutes or less? Most people couldn’t.

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[CHECKLIST]: Fall Cleaning

It might seem like so many things to do before winter, but following this simple fall cleaning checklist now will make it easy to get your home ready and clean for the winter months ahead.

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