Not even Gmail will exist forever. Here’s what to do when you lose your e-mail address.
The only questions you need (or use, or love) for de-cluttering.
When asked “What causes the most clutter in your home?”, most answered “kids’ toys”. Does the fear of being The Worst Parent in the World stop you from dealing with kids’ clutter?
The “KonMari method”. Does it work? Is it the only way to get rid of mess? What’s with all the talking to your socks?
The kitchen junk drawer is where all our unanswered questions go to die. We’re going to clear it out, step by step.
A de-cluttering job isn’t done until every item—whether it’s staying or going—is delivered to its new home. This is often the hardest part of the process.
Here are some options for disposing of stuff you no longer want.
We tackle the Tardis of linen cupboards.
We’ve all fallen into the trap of buying a new storage item, and then finding out it doesn’t solve the problem. Shopping is not the answer. However, there’s an exception to every rule.
The five things you really need to know about getting clear of your mess.