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How to clear clutter in small bursts

Sheila Chandra - Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Clutter clearing doesn’t have to be ‘all or nothing’. Discover the joys of doing those long boring jobs in small bursts. Find out how to make steady progress and feel good about it.

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