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If you have something you don’t need, give it to someone who needs it.  It will come back to you in one way or another.  –  Napoleon Hill

Have you ever been late for an appointment because you couldn’t find your keys? Found the potato peeler in a drawer you already looked in three times before? Discovered clothes in your attic that went out of style twenty years ago? Are you hanging on to those clothes because you think they will come back in style or you’ll lose that weight?  Don’t despair – you can de-clutter your life and stay organized.  Once you do, you’ll enjoy a new peace of mind and marvel at your own efficiency.

Following is an article titled: Out With The Old to help you cut the clutter and never look back! This article will assist you in solving one of the most common problems for Americans – how to sort through your stuff, decide what can go, and then organize what remains.  You’ll find a list for organizations that will treasure your trash, and the four B’s will help you avoid accumulating too much again.

Cutting clutter involves two main steps – weeding out what you don’t need anymore, and then making sense of what’s left.  You’ll also find questions you can ask yourself to help you decide what goes and then to determine the best place for all that remains.  When you’re done, your biggest problem will be what to do with all your free time!

If you still find you need some help de-cluttering, then I have a website for you that will hold your hand while you take those necessary baby steps to a new clutter free you! The website is and best of all, it’s free!

As  usual, just click on the links to read the article or visit the website!

Happy de-cluttering!


About Mme Jocelyne

Hi, I'm a transplanted northerner–(born and raised in New York to French immigrants–Oui je parle Francais)-living in Florida for 20 years. In the 70's I worked as a realtor in the Bronx – City Island to be exact. Then I started a family and didn't keep up my license. I aspired to a career in architecture, so I went to New York Institute of Technology for three years, moved to Florida and finished my degree at the University of Florida in Gainesville. After 10 years of working in my dream career I sustained an injury to my shoulder. This injury never healed because I was constantly on the computer doing cad design. I finally decided to make a career change – something where I could use my training as an architect. Needless to say, I was worried – where will the money come from? How will I be able to afford my career change? But, I put my faith in God and went for it. It’s the best move I ever made, other than my husband, children and dogs.

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