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02:21PM | 01/13/11
Member Since: 10/05/98
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Bvmisc
Is it your garage? Your basement? Your attic? Finding the time? What are you going to do in 2011 to clear the clutter?

cgordon52

06:34PM | 01/13/11
Member Since: 07/09/10
1 lifetime posts
My biggest obstacle is, I just don't know where to start. I live in a 3 bedroom ranch style home with my Fiance, which he is not really about updating. Doors, cupboards floors and de-cluttering are desperately needed. First of all, he doesn't like to get rid of ANYTHING. We have a small house, kitchen dining room combined. I just don't know the best place to store things, I have bought so many organizing books and magazines, contacted people advertising to organize that its pathetic. I do need help, but it is so costly.
Thank You,
Cheri

danielleb

09:25PM | 01/13/11
Member Since: 12/20/10
127 lifetime posts
My biggest obstacle is trying to find the time. I love organizing but I'm down to only having the storage room left now and it's such a crowded mess that it would take a good solid day to really make it uncluttered.

LarryG

08:37AM | 01/14/11
Member Since: 07/22/04
511 lifetime posts
Lack of shelving and not enough tool cabinets.

Aicrules

01:24PM | 01/14/11
Member Since: 01/05/11
18 lifetime posts
I like to think my tools would be organized if I had a 3 car garage instead of 2. It's definitely a space issue here.
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