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The 15 minute organizing challenge

Thanks to Cindy Bernstein of Aim4Order for this month’s Tips from the Pros about ways to reduce clutter.

aim 4 order tips from the prosInstead of trying to organize your entire home in one afternoon, break bigger tasks into smaller ones and start organizing little by little. The clutter didn’t happen in a day and reducing it doesn’t either. Take the challenge and try to do 15 minutes of organizing every day for a week.

Here are some thing you can do in around 15 minutes:

Go through a stack of mail.

Recycle what you can, and keep current bills in a folder or drawer. Or pay the bills and file whatever you need to save for tax purposes. If you haven’t read an article in a few months, toss the magazines. If you really want to save it, cut out the article you want and recycle the rest...

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How to Maintain Great Credit

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Perfect credit doesn’t have to be elusive. With time, patience and a few good habits, you can gradually improve your credit score over time. Eventually, great credit will be yours.

Do you know what your credit score is? If you do, can you understand what that means to your future financing of a home?

Click here for tips to help boost your credit score as well as some information on what defines “good” credit.

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20721 York Rd.

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8944 Satyr Hill Rd.

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3 Kintore Ct.

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19 Wickham Ct. #19

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8 Ways to Reduce Clutter

Thanks to Cindy Bernstein of Aim4Order for this month’s Tips from the Pros about ways to reduce clutter.

Everyday habits can drastically reduce clutter if you stick to it. By doing some simple tasks that take only a few minutes each day you will be able to get rid of the piles of laundry, stacks of dishes and towers of mail.

reduce clutter in bedroom

Let go of the idea that everything needs to be perfect. A home that is manageable is not only achievable, but much more realistic.

  1. Write out a to do list for each day, preferably the night before, with everything you need to do. Prioritize everything so even if you don’t get through the list, you at least do the most important tasks. Check the list throughout the day. Cross off things you did and watch how productive you are...
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June events calendar

June events in the Baltimore area

Here are some June events happening in and around Baltimore. Go out and support our Orioles or visit a farmers’ market. All of that and more is happening this month in our town.


Chesapeake Crab and Beer Festival

crab and beer festival baltimore

Image courtesy of Chesapeake Crab & Beer Festival.

Stuff yourself full of delicious crabs! All you can drink beer served in a mug you get to keep. Also live music, some other food options for $35 per person.

201 Key Hwy Baltimore MD 21230
Baltimore, MD 21230
800-830-3976
Saturday, Jun 24, Session one: 11am – 3pm , Session two: 5pm – 9pm


Feet on the Street 2017

Feet on the Street in Towson

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Come to downtown Towson and listen to live music all summer long with a bar with featuring a variety of beers, wine, and cocktails along wit...

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13 Branchwood Ct.

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5 Steps for Personal Development

personal developmentStriving for personal development is something most people want. There are five steps to help you achieve this. Click on the link to read all about it.

 

5 Steps to Personal Development

 

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