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Room Sweep! Try This 20-Minute Entryway Decluttering Strategy — September Sweep

The hardest part about decluttering has to be the "getting started." Without a real nudge to dive in and actually do it, you might never feel the urge to, say, tidy up a few over-stuffed baskets or cluttered drawers. So that's exactly what we're going to do today. READ MORE »
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