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How To Declutter Your Home

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Uploaded on Jul 4, 2011

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Here's a typical moment which most people have experienced at least once in their lives. Your feelings can range from discomfort to sheer panic:

OH NO... someone is at your door. The doorbell is ringing - or you're hearing "knock, knock" but this is no "joke"! What is the first thing on your mind? "This place is a mess!"

Of course, you've been planning to get things organized - for months now! Okay, maybe even for YEARS now. You know life would be infinitely easier if you simply had less STUFF. You'd like to be able to open your door at any time of the day or night and feel good about the state of your home.

People feel like this every day, in offices, homes, dorm rooms, and businesses all over the world.

Here are a few familiar scenes:

Linda sits in her living room. Her eyes go to the pile of junk that needs to be organized. It's been sitting there for months. Every time she sees it, the energy drains from her and she feels negative. She berates herself for not doing something about it. But that's nothing - her neighbor has a garage filled floor to ceiling with stuff that hasn't moved in twenty years.

Dave is wondering where that special cooking tool is. He moved to his current home two years ago, but he still has not unpacked it and he has no idea where to start looking for it.

Worst of all: Cecilia never gets around to organizing those precious photographs which held all her memories. Then the box where she's been keeping them for years is destroyed during a flood. Cecilia's photos can't be replaced. If she had accomplished this project during the five years when she kept meaning to, the photos would now be in photo albums in her home, not lost forever.

Learn How To Get Your Home In Order Almost Immediately and How To Declutter Your Home by clicking here

http://tinyurl.com/declutter-super-guide

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