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Making Vacation Work

Vacations are important. Our brains and bodies need down time to rest and create. To make your vacation “work” for you, here are a few suggestions: BEFORE YOU GO: Use a good packing list. “Eat down” your perishables before you leave. Take advantage of this emptiness to clean your fridge, and make a list of

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Remember These: College Packing

Packing for college – especially as a freshman – can be a bit daunting.  There are many helpful checklists on the internet, but here are a few handy items that aren’t always mentioned. Sleeping Bag – college can be a season of road tripping and visiting. Having a sleeping bag makes it easy to host a guest on

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Circulation

Clutter builds up for a number of reasons, but one of the most common is poor circulation. To illustrate this point, think about the human heart. The heart is the center of the body, and therefore it is important for blood to be constantly flowing into and out of it. Problems arise when there are

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Too Big To Keep

Sometimes, an object is just too big to keep. This happened to me recently. My husband and I were celebrating a milestone anniversary, and he very kindly sent me a large floral arrangement. He sent the flowers in a vase, which is always my preference, since arranging flowers  isn’t my long suit! They were beautiful

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Thoughts To Remember

This week – as we get ready to celebrate Independence Day – I’m sharing some of the thoughts I believe contribute to freedom through organization (my motto). I hope you enjoy sharing these with the people who matter most to you this 4th of July! Which one resonates with you?

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