Post #98 has landed on the blog

Pandemic grocery shopping has led to extra overwhelm that may have exacerbated already bulging pantries, chaotic freezers, and best intentions for fresh produce. The big question is do you know what you have? If your answer is “no,” or you think “yes” but are unsure, I have one word f
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What to do with your old calendar

A frequent conundrum this time of year is what to do with the old wall calendar now that a new one has taken its place. For many, it feels wasteful to throw away (ahem, recycle) something with beautiful photos or inspiring messages, and I can completely understand that sentiment. Ther
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Mentoring & organization for teens

When a very charismatic high school senior asked me to be her mentor for a project focused on organizing for students, the only answer I could offer was an enthusiastic ‘yes!’ A few weeks ago, I attended the public (as in the school community public) unveiling and exhibiti
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Liberated Spaces is a San Francisco Green Business

I first read about the San Francisco Green Business Program in late 2007 and knew right away that getting my business certified was but one tiny step along the path to wherever this journey was going to take me. The very next year, I received my first certificate of recognition as a G
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Read Deb’s holiday decluttering tips in Natural Health Magazine

In Natural Health Magazine‘s November/December 2014 cover story, Pure Peace & Joy! (page 82), you can read my solutions for prepping and decluttering the home for your festivities along with plenty of other tips to help you fill the holiday season with what matters most.
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Start 2012 with a paper purge!

Hot off the press is the January 2012 issue of Cole Hardware‘s Hardware Hotline, and if you flip to page six, you’ll find my article File Retention and Paper Purge 101. Here I share my tips to help you get through piles of paper and down to the essentials. These are the fi
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