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  • Writer's pictureNancy, the Empathic Organizer

June, opportunity to bloom

Whether you live in a small home or a large one, space can be finite. Many of us enjoy time outside and we tend to forget what is facing us when we come back into our home base.

Think of being outside as a reward for clearing up inside and facing the stuff you would rather forget about. If you do just 15 minutes of sorting a pile of mail, you will find yourself happy to get outside where so much pleasure awaits you.

Starting small can make a huge difference and accomplishing a bit of decluttering will make what you do away from home in these glorious spring and summer days a lot more meaningful. Begin with your reward outside and then the task inside will be a lot more manageable. Happy days.

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