Redondo Beach, CA, March 20, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The Seeds of Clutter presents seventeen new habits, plus dozens of tips, for controlling common household clutter at its source.
“From little acorns mighty oaks do grow” - Proverb
Just as most plants start as a seed, many piles of clutter can begin with a single misplaced item. These ‘clutter seeds’ often attract others, which take root and grow into new piles, changing an area of your home from clutter-free to clutter-prone. Allow this to happen often, and before you know it, you are knee deep in clutter.
Using a garden analogy, The Seeds of Clutter offers creative advice on how to:
- Break through the roadblocks preventing you from taking control
- Make the most efficient use of your available space and time
- Recognize and correct common mistakes that result in clutter
- Adjust the habits that generate clutter seeds
- Identify the attitudes that plant these seeds and nourish their growth
Learn to manage the stuff you already own, while preventing new things from becoming clutter.
The Seeds of Clutter: A Guide for Preventing Common Household Clutter From Taking Root by Art Dragon. ISBN 978-0-9802310-2-1, $5.95, 51 pages, March 2010.