From curb appeal to clearing clutter, you can stage your home like the pros do — all without hiring a pro.
Ready for some spring cleaning? Tap into your decluttering state of mind even before the snow melts.
Decluttering can seem like an overwhelming process. But there is a way to clear the clutter without the stress of decluttering. Promise!
The clean, fresh look of a minimalist home is so appealing. Why make it just fantasy? Get purging!
Too much stuff getting in your way and getting you down? Part cleaning and part therapy, deep decluttering clears ours heads while it clears out space.
If your house is cluttered, it could be affecting your mind, too. The good news is that you can keep your home AND brain clean — even if you're naturally messy.
During the December holidays, it can feel super stressful to even THINK about preparing for the new year. Don't worry! Follow this list, and you'll be ready for 2013.
Whether you want to get out of debt faster, save up a little last-minute scratch, or just to have free fun, follow these tips for a no-spend weekend.
If shopping for new clothes is on your brain but not in your budget, check out these totally cheap ways to help you love your wardrobe again.
If you're sleepy, sluggish, or feeling sapped, don't just sit there — try these tricks to get your energy back up.
It's such a simple idea, but one that has taken me years to really learn — to get the most enjoyment out of the things you have, use them.
Don't want to just put your stuff on eBay or have a boring old yard sale? Try one of these uncommon techniques for selling your used items.
Self-storage makes it easy to save stuff when you're moving or simply out of space. But just because you can use it doesn't mean you should. Learn why.
Don't send your single socks to the big laundry basket in the sky! Instead, repurpose them with these 15 useful ideas.
Thinking about spending thousands of dollars on a remodel? Try these effective alternatives for a fraction of the cost.
"Stuff" can be helpful items, prized possessions, or needless objects that clutter not just our homes, but also our lives. Here's a vote for simplicity.
A person who manages to work at home while caring for several children under age 5? Well, that's someone who has a few good time-saving suggestions.
You can get organized. (Really.) And you can even do it in small steps. (Seriously.) Start today with one of these 25 quick tasks.
If people can claim Turkey Neck Soup Day is a holiday, then we should celebrate some more-useful financial holidays too.
Although it’s daunting, selling your extra stuff can also be cathartic and lucrative. Learn how with these tips from Adam Baker's new e-book.
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