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  • Photos | Small Notebook
    Comments How to Organize Digital Photos the easy way I promise I won t tell you to put all your photos into albums That requires too much effort and this is about organizing digital photos the easy way 23 Comments Advertisements Hi I m Rachel I ll help you simplify your home Share this site Pin it Get new posts delivered to your inbox Subscribe by email For Winter How

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  • Routines | Small Notebook
    Reminders Common things that we use every day turn routine into ritual and make us feel at home What objects do you use at your home to guide your day from one moment to the next 25 Comments Good Night for a Good Morning Does your day end in a flurry of just one more thing before you finally quit and fall into bed 27 Comments Advertisements Hi I m

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  • Storage | Small Notebook
    my back room I had to empty it first 54 Comments Back Room Makeover the Strategy It s time to clean out the back room Should I pull everything out first or focus on a little at a time 54 Comments Back Room Makeover the Before Doesn t everybody no matter how neat or clutter free they are have at least one place of messiness in their home Here s mine 68 Comments The Card Catalog File I first saw it on Craigslist It was solid wood and it was vintage a combination that s very hard for me to resist The card catalog file became the home for all of our little things that had no home 65 Comments The Lost Rule of Organizing No matter what article you read about how to organize stuff they all cover the same three principles and they usually forget to mention something very important 59 Comments Organizing Your Children s Clothes Storage Having cute baby clothes in a drawer usually means having off season different sized children s clothes stored somewhere else in the home It s hard to organize it all 57 Comments Advertisements Hi I m Rachel I ll help

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  • Toys | Small Notebook
    we brought with us fit inside one child s backpack My top picks for small toys 51 Comments Lane Tom s Shared Nursery Tour Lane age 3 and Tom 5 months share a bedroom in our two bedroom apartment See how we made it a room for both of them to enjoy 72 Comments Your Child s Keepsakes 30 Years Later What will you keep for your children as they grow older and what do you do with that stuff when your children have grown 32 Comments Try it Together Managing Your Pre Schooler s Toy Collection It was time to clean out my three year old s toys but I wasn t as ready for it as she was 51 Comments Streamline Toddlers Toys for Post Christmas Sanity If a toy is usually tossed onto the floor instead of being played with it might be time to box up a few of the toys 31 Comments Small Space Solutions Organize a Toddler s Toys and Books Is is possible to live in a small uncluttered space with kids Easy solutions to prevent having a house overrun with toys 46 Comments Advertisements Hi I m Rachel I ll help you

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  • Small Notebook Blog Archives
    Could Live Anywhere 12 Good Reads the Smokin Hot Edition 11 Who Taught You How to Clean 09 The Best Part of This Blog 05 No Time to Clean What to Do 02 How Low Can You Go and the Grocery Budget Dilemma July 2010 30 Messy With Purpose 28 What to Expect When You re Expecting and You Still Live in an Apartment 26 Two Words for Simple Home Decor Functional or Personal 23 Never Clean a Sippy Cup Again 21 Cleaning Products Are you spending more than needed 19 Drop Off Old Computer Parts at Goodwill 16 What to Eat on a Beans and Rice Budget Besides Beans and Rice 14 Is it a good buy Or just a bargain 09 Back Room Makeover Results 06 Back Room Makeover A Clean Slate 01 The No Spend Month June 2010 29 Are You Making Your To Do List Too Hard Find Out Why 24 How to Make Things Harder and Do Nothing 21 How I Broke a Safety Pin Addiction and Started Mending Clothes 17 How Far Can You Throw a Phone Book and how to stop receiving them 13 Just What Everyone Needs Right 11 The Closet Makeunder 08 The Closet Makeunder Buying the New 02 The Closet Makeunder Out with the Old 01 And we re back May 2010 03 On Holiday in May Back in June April 2010 30 Simplify Your Stuff Choose the Classics 28 Dress Up Your Small Garden with Container Plants 26 How to Design Your Small Container Garden 24 Good Reads for Your Weekend 23 Don t DIY The Dairy Free Yogurt Experiment 21 5 Simple Natural Ant Control Remedies 19 Share Your Lunch What Do You Like to Eat 16 Taking Care of Me 14 Craigslist Photo Tip How to Show Big Clear Photos So Your Stuff Sells 12 Spring Cleaning Saving on the High Cost of Storage 10 Good Reads Tax Break Edition 08 How to Save the Day by Starting Over 05 How to Decorate Your Apartment to Feel Less Temporary and More Like Home 01 Making a Home the Last Chapter but not the end March 2010 31 The Essential Baby Item You Don t See on The Lists 29 How to Make Homemade Yogurt 26 The Freedom of Routines 24 My Top 5 Cleaning Ah Ha Moments 22 When Going Green Goes Not So Great 20 Good Reads Here We Are This is You and Me 19 Making a Home The Money Pit 17 Confessions of an Earth Club Dropout 15 Changing Lives One Laundry Load at a Time 12 Makers Tasters Labels in the Kitchen 11 Spring Forward a Little at a Time 08 31 Things You Can Do in 1 Minute or Less 05 Making a Home The Single Girl Apartment 03 Repurpose a Fireplace Mantel into a Headboard 01 You ve Got a Budget Now What February 2010 24 Making a Home The Beginning 22 Don t Try This at Home The Organizing Tip that Won t Help You 19 Lane Tom s Shared Nursery Tour 17 DIY Glass Bubble Chandelier 15 What is Your Absolute Favorite Cookbook 12 Staying the Course 10 The Stacked Wood Mantel Before After 09 Ask Doug What do guys want for Valentine s Day 08 Small Notebook Recommends 06 Back Room Makeover Procrastinating 05 A Tip for Photographing Your Child s Art 03 Your Child s Keepsakes 30 Years Later 01 Get Clean with Shaklee Basic H2 A Review January 2010 30 Good Reads the Staying Warm Inside Edition 29 Refining Possibilities Making the Best Use of Your Time 28 Refining Moments 26 Ask Doug Men and Their Toys 24 Back Room Makeover the Strategy 22 Back Room Makeover the Before 21 Sometimes Getting Organized is a Big Fat Waste of Time 19 Ask Doug Dealing with Husband s Old Computer Parts 18 Inspired by Steady Days Giveaway 16 Good Reads Brought to You by Doug and Tazo Chai 15 Two Home Rules for Cleaner Floors 13 Organizing Recipes Kickin It Old School 11 Conversion Experience How a Night Owl Became an Early Bird and Liked It 07 My Real Life Practical Daily Routine 04 Try it Together Managing Your Pre Schooler s Toy Collection 01 Welcome 2010 December 2009 29 Building a Stacked Wood Fireplace Mantel 26 Snow on Snow 23 Tom s Four Generations Baby Quilt 21 The Halls are Decked 17 Survival Guide to the Holiday Hustle Bustle 14 Put Down the Label Maker and Write with a Pen 11 Tie a Pretty Gift Ribbon 09 A Day in the Life Journal Collection 08 Giveaway Pong iPhone Case an iTunes Gift Card 06 15 Minute Dinner Tilapia with Spinach Salad 05 TV Off for a Silent Night 04 Holly Jolly 02 Good Reads Snow Day Edition 01 Clean Coffee Stains from Your Favorite Cup November 2009 28 Advent Wreath from the Kitchen 25 The Card Catalog File 23 Holiday Preparation Week 19 Made With Love from Gloves 17 Getting Through It 12 The Lost Rule of Organizing 11 Good Reads Granola Edition 09 The Chocolate Notebook 06 Walnut Ornaments 04 Keep Your Oven Clean Quick Kitchen Tip 02 Eating Less and Gaining More October 2009 28 Housekeeping Learned the Hard Way 26 Simple Living Myth Real Life is Real Simple 22 Take the Day Off Moms Too 19 Starting the Week Right 16 Get Your Winter Coats Ready 14 Simple Living Myth DIY is Always Best 11 3 Great Ways to Spend More Money 08 Coming Out of Survival Mode 04 Good Reads Garage Sale Edition 01 City Camping September 2009 29 Really Doing It This Time 24 A Lighter Wallet 22 Catching Up 17 Question How Do You Organize Magazines 14 Batch Cooking Meal Starters 10 Bringing in Fall 07 Janet Jackson s Guide to Decluttering 04 Evernote Free Software that Knocked My Socks Off August 2009 31 Introducing 26 My Favorite Place at Home 24 Organizing Your Children s Clothes Storage 20 Crazy

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  • Clear the Clutter | Small Notebook
    the laundry room 29 Comments Get It Done Finishing Projects Later when you see my new drapes and I casually mention Oh these I made them myself I want you to remember 51 Comments How to Simplify Children s Clothes Storage How to store and organize children s clothes to make the most of what you have and only keep the best 72 Comments Declutter the Reading List How to decide which books to keep or give away when you love your books and how to keep your reading list current 53 Comments Clear the Clutter Free Stuff Even free stuff has a price so you have to be selective about what you accept 56 Comments Organize Arts Crafts Supplies for Free Make an arts and crafts caddy from recycled materials to organize your craft supplies 30 Comments Clean Out Under the Kitchen Sink We re going under the kitchen sink to clean out the clutter that collects where no one s looking Here are 3 steps 39 Comments Clean Out a Stash and Dash Closet Now that the party s over and the guests have left it s time to put away the pile from the stash and dash

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  • No Spend Month: Start Here - Small Notebook
    a go Several years ago my husband and I had a buy nothing new year Underwear sox toiletries food excluded but everything else had to be used Also a useful exercise for learning to be creative do without many non necessities and saving a LOT of money It was really fun and you realize what you do and do not need in order to be happy Mae says July 1 2012 at 9 07 pm Any suggestions for doing a no spend month with a hubby who would not be cooperative or supportive in keeping to a set small budget Even if he doesn t mind me doing it it s hard if he still wants to do a lot of driving fuel not take time to make from scratch meals and the like Is it still possible for me to do a no spend month Rachel says July 1 2012 at 9 38 pm Perhaps instead of trying to keep to a set budget amount you try a personal challenge to avoid non grocery shopping online or in stores Anna says July 1 2012 at 11 21 pm You could try to find one new inexpensive thing you like to do together each week Maybe try an art walk for the first time our city has tons of neighborhood centric art walks go to an outdoor concert or movie work on your yard go wine tasting host a potluck at your house we like to host one where everyone brings food from a certain country Italy France Ethiopia once we did Lebanon etc Then you ll have fun things to do together that cost little or nothing in the future My husband and I recently started having campfires in our back yard and now he wants to have one every night 1 every few weeks for a bag of marshmallows is a steal compared to going out for dessert a drink or even a movie from Redbox Kim says July 1 2012 at 9 21 pm I am ready This year has been one of change for me I decluttered my home gave up cable and began teaching myself to cook I am going to set a budget of 300 for myself Since my birthday is this month I can rely on at least a couple dinners out that I will not be paying for Jasi says July 1 2012 at 9 37 pm haha in from the 4th sister s birthday too thanks for running this again i ve not tried it yet Kim Extra Organised says July 1 2012 at 9 40 pm I am not up for No Spend Month but I do like No Spend Days I love getting to the end of a day and realising I ve spent nothing It s also satisfying to string as many of these together as I can All the best with your No Spend Months everyone Kim Extra Organised s last post Ten ways to control clutter Harriet Archer says July 1 2012 at 10 17 pm I think I ll be having a spend less kind of month after spending my way out of a funk of epic proportions in May June Ok it was all necessary and all on sale but still Completely updating my work wardrobe was a bit of a finanical hit Still looking for a grey flannel pair of trousers or a skirt so that will be the limit for me hopefully and I will be taking the kids shopping for shoes which is about all the winter clothes they currently need My funk spending coupled with two lots of insurance last week mean the slush fund is a little depleted at the moment I might do this a bit differently and see if I can increase the slush fund balance by 500 by the end of July by increase I mean balance at least 500 more than it will be after I take out the insurances and child care that regularly come out of that account and not including the child care rebate that automatically goes in to that account Harriet Archer s last post Sunday night doo dit doo dit doo doo Jessica says July 1 2012 at 10 40 pm I ve been spending a lot of nervous money I just quit my job to move to the west coast where I don t know a soul I m not ready to give up the crutch Shopping gives me a few minutes of respite from wondering if I ve completely lost my mind I AM super impressed though Jennie says July 1 2012 at 11 38 pm Yes I am so ready for this Can t wait for all of your updates We ll be doing it around here as well so I ll be linking up with you at The Color of Souls We really need it this month to since we ll be spending all of our previously budgeted money on a trip So it s pasta and leftovers the rest of the month I probably shouldn t be excited about that but I can t wait to see if I can do it Jennie s last post The Ability to Say No Especially to Yourself Rach says July 2 2012 at 12 00 am I have done a no spend month in the past and it has been good to break the habit of spending sometimes I just need this Instead of not spending this month I am going to make a goal to adhere to my normal budget Trust me I never do this so it will be hard enough If the money isn t there for something I don t buy it Easy to say but hard to do On another note I have noticed that reading blogs lately has made me want stuff I don t receive junk mail or watch tv so I don t get tempted to want things I don t need But if I read in a blog about a comfy reading chair smile I obsess over needing one I have read blogs about being thrifty and buying bargain second hand clothes and then splashed out 100 on ebay bargains in one hit And then I want books that bloggers are reading I buy essential oils and soap nuts when I am inspired to make my own cleaning products and be green The list goes on and on and on Am I the only one who does this Jessica Ann says July 2 2012 at 5 19 am I am super excited about this I am taking up the challenge The summer is such a great time to do stuff like this because there is so much free fun to be had outside Jessica Ann s last post Growing Jessica Quirky Bookworm says July 2 2012 at 10 54 am Why hello to another Jessica Ann e Hetal Real World says July 2 2012 at 6 49 am Hmm count me in too But I have few problems My and my baby s birthday fall in July along with 2 family visits and few Hindu Festivals in August I am Hindu by faith So I need to shop Please guide me how to follow No spend with these challenges Hetal Real World s last post Kitchen decluttering on sunday so much work Updated Jenny says July 4 2012 at 9 31 am You don t have to necesarily do it in July You could pick a different month I personally do now spend in Feb or March I have enough going on that now spend won t be practical for me this month but I m going to limit going out to eat to once a week rather than the 3 4 that I ve been doing Lori In My Kitchen In My Life says July 2 2012 at 7 09 am I have never participated in a no spend period of time but I find it intriguing I always wonder if there might be a boomerang effect after the time is up but you sound like you have found lasting positive effects Good for you Lori In My Kitchen In My Life s last post Cerebral Homemaking Wrapping My Mind Around My Work Heather says July 2 2012 at 7 10 am This is such a great idea I think that I would like to try it but I think I will have to wait until the fall to attempt We have anniversaries and birthdays this month and next that we can t get around our own and our children But perhaps September would be a good month for us I look forward to following along Heather s last post i m growing weeds for a living katie says July 2 2012 at 7 13 am For folks who are questioning how much to budget in the past when we ve done this we haven t set a budget we ve just tried to cut out non essentials and looked at the balance at the end Once we cut our expenses by 1 3 Considering we did nothing to cut essentials fixed costs like rent bills transportation etc that was something That also gave us a realistic picture of what we could live on if we ran into an emergency expense or a lost job and there s some security in knowing what we need vs what we want Can t play along this summer we re in the middle of a move but I m hoping to do a month later this fall after the craziness of relocating is over Jessica Quirky Bookworm says July 2 2012 at 10 47 am Hooray We re in We started on June 26th and we re going to July 26th because our anniversary weekend starts on July 27th We set a budget of 350 So far so good Jessica Quirky Bookworm s last post Books That Make Me Cry Thel says July 2 2012 at 11 25 am Yes I m doing No Spend Month too My budget is 110 00 Euros single person Instead of cash though I ll be using my debit card and I ll only be shopping in two selected supermarkets I know from experience the minute I have cash in my purse I go out for coffee and that s exactly the daily habit that I want to break My grocery shopping will be confined to real whole foods and nothing packaged every meal cooked at home As Rachel says it s not so much about the money and spending the least possible amount but rather it s about mindfulness For me personally that means long term health gains by removing non nutritional treats Angiey Y says July 2 2012 at 12 36 pm I m going to try really hard to do this this month We do have a birthday the 24th but I have already written it into the budget so we should be all good with that I wish I had known yesterday that this was starting I wouldn t have wasted 7 00 on sodas for the house That is going to be a bad habit we are desperately going to try and kick this month Elayne says July 2 2012 at 2 53 pm I just did No Spend Month last month and I can not tell you how much more real work I got done It s sort of amazing And I m not even a big shopper I think just the planning of meals etc saved me a ton of time This is only slightly related but if anyone wants to win a bunch of cute Fleur de Lis shaped sugar cubes my business is having a drawing based on blog comments and only one person has entered so far So you ve got a good chance to win them and they are free no spending ha http www austinsugarworks com 2012 07 bastille day fleur de lis sugars giveaway Donna says July 2 2012 at 3 23 pm I did this along with you in 2009 I had a small budget for my crafting supplies and ended up only spending 50 on crafts the whole month That had been my biggest downfall I haven t decided if I will do No Spend this month but for sure I will cut WAY back on my spending Thanks for the inspiration Donna s last post Felted Handbag Mom Would Be Proud Denise C says July 2 2012 at 6 13 pm I need to do something like this I recently looked over bank statements and saw way too many frivolous transactions the two biggest culprits were Target and Starbucks I have squandered way too much money over the last few months and need to refocus and get back on track I actually went though the money archives here on Small Notebook and found several helpful and inspiring posts Thanks Denise C says July 2 2012 at 6 17 pm One other thing to add I see the negative affect the squandering has not only had on me and my husband but our 2 kids 6 and 4 as well Molly says July 2 2012 at 8 03 pm Im in but with a twist I m going to put our regular budget for food and entertainment in a cash envelope we already do a pretty strict budget Anything left at the end of the month gets split between something luxurious and savings What does everyone else do with the money they would usually spend Kait Palmer says July 2 2012 at 11 01 pm It s hard to do this with four family birthdays and guests staying with us this month But we ll definitely be trying to go more lean than normal Kait Palmer s last post Many Happy Returns Nicole Burning Bushes says July 3 2012 at 7 02 am Hey Rachel I m so excited to do this I read about your no spend month back in 2009 but never actually committed to it This year I chose 300 but can already see that we re not going to make it we re a family of 6 with a commuting daddy But I m going to track all that we spend and see how close we can come So thankful to take this journey with you this month Thank you for the challenge Also Stephanie at Keeper of the Home did a great post on feeding her family on just 250 for a month on whole and real foods I m using that as my base Alarwyn says July 3 2012 at 11 32 am I m joining you in this too I m going to have a fairly strict budget of only a 100 euros but it s me only and in summer all the fruits and veggies are cheap er and I have lots more spare time to cook myself etc so I m really hoping I can do it I ve already noticed in these three days how much I think about all the things I d like to buy Just shows you how useful this experiment is ChrisK says July 3 2012 at 12 13 pm Today I walked through our shopping area on my way to work and saw something I would like cheap really just a small thing nothing I really needed but wanted And realized even if I said I wanted to try the no spend month I would have bought this unthinkingly and spontaneously But I had no money with me Of course I had my banking card but you don t use it for 1 And I tend to think before I use it but if I have cash it s obviously fair game for me Of course 1 isn t really something that will seriously threaten my budget but it accumulates This was an eye opener for me just how much I buy on the spur of the moment Rebecca says July 3 2012 at 1 00 pm Count me in I just started a no spend month July 1 My goal will be to refrain from anything but the mortgage bills and groceries I have half a tank of gas so I know I will need to put at least one tank in but other than that this ties in perfectly to the post I posted this morning Rebecca s last post The Spending Fast Kristin says July 3 2012 at 2 20 pm This is so inspiring I mentioned the idea of a No Spend month to my husband after finding your blog a few weeks ago and he s on board We will be starting July 10 the day after our first anniversary We already stick to a pretty strict budget but there are definitely things we can and need to cut out I m excited to see how this goes Kristin s last post The last day of June 2011 v 2012 Sarah says July 3 2012 at 7 44 pm Our budget is pretty precise too but I m so there about not wanting shopping to be entertainment Even if we don t buy anything I m all for it but I think I ll just keep the challenge to myself and share with hubby what I m doing We ll see if he goes along or if he does his own thing Michelle says July 4 2012 at 8 15 pm This is a wonderful challenge I won t be able to do it this month but had planned on doing it in August I haven t been spending a lot and had stopped shopping online and for clothes a month ago The big issue during the no spend month is Starbucks I want to wean myself from paying for the bean and focus on making it at home Starbucks

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  • Paper Pile Makeover Results! - Small Notebook
    trick may be convincing my husband he really doesn t need those old tractor magazines he loved as a kid My kid s many paper creations are a tougher pile to tackle they always seem to find them when I try to put them in the trash smallnotebook says October 29 2008 at 9 55 am Great tips Camilla I ll look through the manuals that I kept and see what I can whittle down Aggie I bet I can find at least a couple of those manuals online Francis my husband has asked me if his comic book collection can be next Way to go on cleaning out your stuff AngelValerie Robyn and Jessica I can think of a few others who have been working on their papers too how is it going LS says October 29 2008 at 12 02 pm Just a note for any of y all who are scanning your memorabilia to a computer be sure to back up the hard drive Better yet be sure to back up the hard drive to something stored off site It would be awful to have carefully stashed all these precious things on your computer only to have the computer crash or get stolen or destroyed in a natural disaster or something Nicki S says October 29 2008 at 12 18 pm I laughed a little when I started reading this post because the very desk I am sitting at is beginning to resemble your paper pile I cannot stand paper piles or messy piles of any sort so tackling them is a must for me but I so badly dread it Thanks for giving me the nudge Once you get started it isn t so bad Nicki S s last blog post The Day After Ann says October 29 2008 at 12 34 pm The after looks great You did a lot of hard work to get there I m sure We just removed a lot of stuff from our basement I planned to post before and after photos but I forgot to take the photos So there s just a boring or maybe exciting depending on your perspective list of what went out out out We still have to make a run to the garbage dump can t wait and I ll definitely be taking pictures of that pile o stuff As for paper clutter I work everyday to try and tame the piles For me it starts with sorting the mail before I even put it down Tossing the recycling always feels so good Ann s last blog post You ll Just Have to Take My Word for It jodi bpr says October 29 2008 at 12 59 pm great job know that has to feel so much better to you I m often guilty of letting paper pile up way too much but have been doing much better now that I m using my scanner regularly and trashing misc junk jodi bpr s last blog post Christmas Planning Eight Weeks Counting Emma says October 29 2008 at 3 59 pm Well done That s impressive Emma s last blog post Shared with a friend Coco says October 29 2008 at 4 13 pm WOW You want to come over and work on mine Coco s last blog post Sanding my life away Alison says October 29 2008 at 5 48 pm I just did this It s so nice to have all our important papers organized and to have all our mementos in one place The papers I threw away freed up a bunch of space too Now I just have to keep it up Richelle F says October 29 2008 at 7 11 pm Wow Good job That is inspirational Richelle F s last blog post It s Giveaway Time Suzy says October 29 2008 at 10 04 pm That s really great Rachel You ve inspired me to tackle my mess D Suzy s last blog post Fall Book GiveAway A Ride Along The Lincoln Highway Airs Tonight Gina says October 29 2008 at 10 14 pm Thanks for the inspiration I love the pictures I have decided to keep only one year s worth of bills and most papers since I rarely need to refer back to them This has saved me so much time and energy I keep a twelve month accordian file and I just plunk everything in there Every month I shred that month s papers and then have that folder for the new I do keep about 12 files for things that need to be saved mortgage and home expenses manuals medical records This seems to work well and helps me save the stuff I really need but not hang onto the stuff I don t Mother Necessity says October 30 2008 at 7 44 am You inspired me to dig out all the paper that needed to be recycled but had personal info on it and rip it up for the bin Now to tackle the computer table junk drawer Mother Necessity s last blog post Shredded Karisa says October 30 2008 at 3 22 pm Amazing You have inspired me I might need to toss out some 50 lbs Karisa s last blog post Perspective from a Daughter and Wife Part 2 Katie at makingthishome com says October 30 2008 at 3 56 pm Congrats on the major clean I just have one question and please please please tell me yes Did you happen to recycle all that paper Way to go on the Excellent award by the way Katie at makingthishome com s last blog post Those Apples Are Getting Saucy Cherry says October 30 2008 at 7 10 pm Wow great clean up You ve inspired me to clean out my own paper pile I was wondering how many years worth of bank statements retirement fund statements and stock investment statements should I keep on hand Thanks again for the great decluttering inspirations

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