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I just read some great uses for WD-40 around the house on MoneyTalksNews.com
See if some of these might help you when you are organizing in your home. I love the one about removing permanent marker from dry-erase boards. Getting that to work will mean one less new dry-erase board I will need to buy~
Here's a list of things you can get rid of NOW. Take a look then get going around the house with a trash bag in one hand and a donation bag in the other!
Do you feel like you have tried everything to get your decluttering and organizing done with no success? Have you read this blog and others over the last few years but still never get started with the hints suggested? Maybe you don't want to do it, or maybe you feel like you just don't have all the time to do what is necessary, feeling totally overwhelmed. So maybe it is time to call in a professional. As a Professional Organizer, I work side by side with you, keeping you on track to determine what you want to keep, donate or ditch in a non-judgmental manner. Please contact me if you want to discuss it further at 321-939-0775. Outside of the Celebration or Orlando area? Call and I can tell you how to find someone in your area. The calm you will feel when it is completed will amaze you! Give it a thought...
As the kids start the new school year, there are going to be plenty of dates to remember...winter break, soccer try-outs, back-to-school night and on and on. Be sure as soon as you get the info you add it to your calendar! I prefer to use the calendar in my phone for everything--family, personal, work, birthdays--but if you are more comfortable with a paper calendar, get one now for 2017. Lots to look forward to in the coming months!
Dan Rockwell recently gave some guidance in his blog about how to handle an employee that is constantly surrounded with clutter. Since I have worked independently for more than 35 years, I am lucky not to have to deal with this. If you do, see if any of his guidelines might be of help.