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Getting started

We can manage most anything we want to do if we can break it down into something we feel we can accomplish. When we are getting ready to organize, I suggest we pick an objective and begin there. For example, think not about attacking a whole room. Think about a part of a room, perhaps just one of the kitchen counters. We take a look at what's there and find an area of that one counter where we can see a beginning section to approach. Go from that point. It's easier when you are not alone....

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