Jettison junk mail (and manage the rest)!

What could you do with 70 extra hours each year? According to the folks at 41pounds.org, that’s how much time each of us spends annually dealing with unwanted junk mail. They claim the average person receives 41 pounds of junk mail each year, and 44% of that mail goes into a landfill unopened. If you feel like your mailbox has become a receptacle for useless information, you aren’t alone. Dealing with everyday mail is one of the simplest things you can do to cut clutter in your home or office, and it’s as easy as 1-2-3. 1: Act on It It’s
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Humble closet is more than meets the eye

While closets as we know them are relatively new to the storage scene, people have always had a need for a place to put their stuff. Ancient Egyptians stored their possessions in reed baskets, and any Roman soldier worth his weapons had an armorium, a crude wooden box, to store them in when he wasn’t fighting. Caskets and coffers came on to the scene in the 14th century, and those ultimately morphed into the armoire that we are familiar with today. And while it wasn’t unusual for European royalty to have rooms of clothing, the concept of the walk-in
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