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Spring Cleaning in Winter

Friday, December 3rd, 2010

We all know about Spring Cleaning, but what about Winter Cleaning?

The Winter Cleaning I’m talking about has little to do with a dust rag and a mop. It has more to do with purging. Take a look around your home. Do you have a lot of ‘stuff’ you don’t know what to do with?

There are many people who are out of work or who are living on less this holiday season. Consider donating your unwanted items to local thrift stores or international charities. Those toys your children no longer play with make inexpensive holiday gifts when purchased from a thrift shop. The clothes that no longer fit you will keep someone warm, dressed for work, and feeling good about themselves.

So when you’re finished reading this blog post, think about what you can take to your local donation center. There’s no need to wait until Spring to do a thorough ‘clean-out.’

About Stacey Agin Murray

Stacey is a professional organizer & speaker in New Jersey specializing in residential organizing, time, and paper management challenges. She also authored The Organized Bride’s Thank You Note Handbook: Let Systems and 101 Modern Sample Thank You Notes Take You From Overwhelmed to Organized.

Categories: Clothing, Clutter, Spring Cleaning


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