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Hi everyone! I'm looking to put out my first e-book on my website. I'm early on in this and am not at the point of needing to do Kindle publishing or anything like that. I'm just thinking a PDF…Continue
Bluehost question: I currently have one niche site on my hosting account. I want to set up a secondary site, completely different domain. Do I have to start over and sign up for hosting again? Or can…Continue
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Many people will leave cleaning supplies under the kitchen and bathroom counters. But often this results in multiple bottles (glass cleaner in each area, multiple toilet cleaning bottles, bleach wipes in each area, etc), extra sponges, and increased clutter. Not to mention the cleaning supplies tend to be down in a lower area where younger hands could inadvertently get into them!
My solution –
If you are like my husband, every time you finish laundry you end up digging through all the clothes in your closet, trying to find empty hangers to put your clean clothes back on. This results in either 1) frustration from it taking too long to find them, or 2) not finding enough and running out of hangers before you run out of clothes.
My solution is simple –
Have you ever stopped to think about how small things in life really add up if enough of them happen? I thought about this on my walk the other day, and realized that it can really be applied to all three areas of organization that I address.
Think about the things in your home. It’s not the one or two pieces of paper in your house that feels like clutter. It’s the pile that seems too daunting to address. But…Continue