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Journaling for Organizing

Journaling to support organizing: A spiral-bound journal, so it can lay flat.  A set of Crayola markers. Thoughts, wants, reflections. The value of journaling to organizing ? Only you have that answer. But I will suggest that you simply start….

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The Evidence of Who We Were and the Tales of How We Loved

` I have learned that what the next generation will value most is not what we owned but the evidence of who we were and the tales of how we loved.” Ellen Goodman, The Boston Globe and Pulitzer prize winning…

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Let Go without Letting Go: 10 Questions You May Not Have Asked Yet

“We cannot measure abundance by what we accumulate. Abundance is an experience of the heart, a wind that blows through us like a flute. Our treasures are in the eye, the ear, and in the heart, that feels the wonder…

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Old Me or New Me?

“Blossoms” You’ve been divorced or perhaps widowed for awhile now — whatever awhile is to you. You’re living in the same home you’ve lived in for all those years but it’s starting to feel different. Something subtle or stark is…

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Getting Inspired for Downsizing & Simplifying–Whether You're Moving or Not

You’ve been in your home for decades now. Children are grown. You may be divorced or widowed, now on your own. You look around and the house is big. There are rooms you don’t use (except for the room we…

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550 Billion Printed Photos in the U.S.

Ah, technology. It comes and it goes. Life was easier when we had just the printed photographs to consider. But now we have digital photos as well. And you’ve probably saved years worth of printed photos thinking you’ll make albums…

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