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What is the number one problem for most businesses? According to the National Association of Professional Organizations it's "Paper Clutter." Clutter slows us down and makes us less efficient. The higher up we go in an organization the problem doesn't go away, it just gets more expensive as we search for papers, look for notes, leaf through piles of receipts, and generally drive ourselves crazy with worry and stress trying to find stuff we know is there right under our noses . . . somewhere. The older we get it seems like the worse it gets, not because we clutter more, but rather the files and piles just keep growing. The solution is easy, like body fat all we have to do is get rid of it, but that's much easier said than done. There is more to clutter than paper, however . . . but that's a great place to start.
We have complied five articles about clutter to help you understand what is involved in de-cluttering your life. We have given the titles and lead-in for each article. All of the articles are contained in our FREE gift to you, an informative ebook "Shed the Clutter." There is no charge. You can read it. Save it, or even pass it along to friends. The more you know about clutter the better you'll be able to conquer it and get rid of it.
Here are the five articles:
1. Retirees and Clutter - Some Thoughts by Cynthia Barnett
I never cease to be amazed by some of the unique characteristics of clutter. For some reason, clutter is often associated with the homes and workplaces of retirees or "seniors." We have all heard stories and read accounts of elderly people who live in tumble-down houses filled with unbelievable amounts of clutter. This is not, however, a universal characteristic of retirees.
2. Conquer Clutter to Work More Efficiently by Christina Jorgenson
A disorderly work space is often difficult to de-clutter. Nevertheless, it's extremely important to conquer clutter in offices (at home or elsewhere) because working in an organized environment can save you precious time and help you to be more productive. The good news is that it can be easy to reduce clutter that has accumulated in your office - if you follow the advice below.
3. 10 Clutter Solutions by Linda Samuels
Clutter can infiltrate all areas of our lives or just a corner. We can be comfortable with our clutter or completely overwhelmed by it. Are you looking to make some changes? Below are some of the most common areas that clutter collects and some simple strategies to manage them.
4. Simple Ideas to Clean the Clutter in Homes by Christina Jorgenson
If you can barely control the disorganization in your home and you have no idea how to conquer clutter building up around your house, this article is for you. You will learn some simple ideas to help you clean the clutter that is robbing you of the peace and quiet you need. You'll find that it's actually easy to un-clutter your home, regardless of how large your family is or how much clutter they produce. All you need are patience and time.
5. Understanding Clutter - Frequently Asked Questions by Amanda E. Johnson
Do you have questions about clutter? Are you looking for information to reduce clutter in your life? If so you have come to the right place. By gaining a better understanding of clutter, you will have taken the first step toward decluttering your life.