Random Acts Of Kindness On April 15th

Random Acts of Kindness on April 15th

Random Acts of Kindness are good deeds you can do any time to make the world a better place. Each year, we respond to the tragedy of April 15th, 2013 with One Boston Day. A day that encourages random acts of kindness and the…

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Paper – Should You Keep It? Can You Find It?

Paper – Should You Keep it? Can You Find It?

Paper!  We are besieged by bills, junk mail, school notices, insurance policies, magazines, catalogs, invitations, correspondence, warranties, receipts and bank statements. Our lives, work, home and families can require us to deal with enormous amounts of paper. It can very…

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6 Places To Jump Start Your Spring Cleaning

6 Places to Jump Start Your Spring Cleaning

The sun grows stronger, the days lengthen and the urge to tackle spring cleaning blossoms! In many cultures, cleaning for spring is a long-standing ritual. For many of us in the northeast, it is a biological response to waking from…

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When Memories Become Clutter

When Memories Become Clutter

  Sentimental items can be paralyzing the organizing process, halting people before they even get started. Sorting through childhood keepsakes, items from a loved one or stacks of letters and cards can freeze people in their tracks. When memories become clutter,…

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Teaching Kids The Importance Of Letting Go!

Teaching Kids The Importance Of Letting Go!

Remember when your child was learning to walk? You encouraged them often, rejoiced in their success, and understood it was part of their growing up and developing independence. Just like walking is an exciting milestone, letting go is a learned…

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A Gift Of Love

A Gift Of Love

For my 50th birthday, my brother’s family gave me FIFTY very colorful paper hearts. On each heart, they had written down a reason why they love me.  It was a  simple and truly touching gift! I am sharing the idea…

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