Ruth Soukup's new book "Unstuffed" sheds light on how clutter affects more than just your space.
We may be more than halfway through 2016, but that doesn't mean your money goals for the year have been for naught!
Any kind of clutter can weigh you down, even financial clutter. So clear it out and get your finances back on track.
Dust off those ill-fitting clothes taking up space in your closet and give them a new purpose!
Who needs winter duds taking up precious real estate? Clear out your wool and Gore-Tex, make way for cotton, and declutter your wardrobe all at once.
If the garage serves no other purpose but another space for clutter to pile up, why not convert it into one of these creative uses?
Today we found holiday gifts that don’t create clutter, ways to prevent overspending during the holidays, and how to do Disney on a budget.
Clutter looks bad, stresses you out — and it costs you money. It's time to start moving your stuff from lots to profit.
A cluttered inbox is just like a cluttered desk — bad for your productivity and your peace of mind. Stop hanging onto those old messages now!
If you've got a basement, you've probably got a lot of clutter. Start tossing it out today!
Once you've decided where to start, you've already won. Get organized by doing it the right way — your way.
The thing about the old tried and true is that sometimes it isn't true. Have you been cleaning the house wrong?
Make enough room to actually park your car in your garage with this collection of simple, frugal, and clever garage storage ideas.
An untended home office can become a chaos of clutter and broken dreams. Keep your space tidy and your career on the march with some smart storage.
So much clutter is stuff that seems important, but really isn't. Give your things this quiz, and if they don't pass, it's time to let them go.
Coffee cups, unopened mail, convention swag — that clutter on your desk is flatlining your productivity. Dump it, and watch your efficiency soar!
Closet space comes at a premium — everything you store should fit, look great, and make you feel great. If not, toss it, sell it, or give it away.
You don't treasure all those knick-knacks — you cherish the memories they conjure. Here's how to clear the clutter and still keep what matters.
It's likely your garage has become a safe place for all your old clutter. Quit hanging onto old junk and let it go. Start with this short list.
Kitchen clutter takes many forms — expired food, gadgets we never use, appliances that crowd countertops. If you don't need it — toss it!
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