Research shows the amount of stuff in a home is directly correlated to several negative consequences, including how and what we eat, and our stress levels. Purging is a highly effective way to simplify our busy lives but what if we simply don’t know what to do with it all? The Clear Concept Team has compiled this list to help you identify new homes for your previously loved items. Read on to learn more.
Our work and home lives are closely intertwined. A productive home has positive spill-over effects for work and vice-versa. Therefore, we want to adopt productivity tips at both work and home. The following ten tips will help you leverage all the productivity benefits at both work and home.
There is a growing trend towards purging paper and managing information electronically. Are you ready to go paperless (or at least paper light?) Here are our suggestions for purging, scanning, storing and retrieving digital information.
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There is an epidemic of too much stuff in North American homes. In this age of excess, many of us could be more ruthless when it comes to purging the items in our homes and offices. What gets in the way of purging? Emotional attachment, lack of time and procrastination are among the most common reasons we hold onto too many things. Read on for some tips to "let go".
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