Personal Finance 

Simplify My “Stuff”

Kiplinger has an article out this month called Stretch Your Paycheck where they point out eight ways you might be able to trim your expenses to make your money go a little farther. I’m a fan of these types of articles, even if some of the ideas are reused, because it can give you a few good ideas on the things you can trim out of your life.

For example, the simple idea of “Get rid of your stuff” is powerful because it’s not something you often think about. If you think about what you do on a day to day basis, how many of the things in your house do you never touch? How many articles of clothing have you not worn for over a year? Have you consider selling or donating it? What about those old cell phones you no longer use?

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Reset Your Rooms: Simplifying Your Life

Curb The Clutter!By nature, I accumulate stuff. Three years ago, my office was pristine. Everything was organized, everything had its place, there were no papers strewn about, and there was order in the world (with world peace and the abolishment of hunger mere moments away). But, as the weeks passed and entropy worked its magic, my office became more and more chaotic. I never lost anything but anyone walking into it would be amazed that I could ever find anything! It was organized chaos.

That’s when I stumbled upon this idea – the easiest way to declutter and reorganize a room is to wipe the slate clean and start over. Want to do it? It’s easy.

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