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Organized Chaos

“Is your home very organized?” is a question I often get asked.  The short is answer is “Yes, basically.”  Let me break the question down into different components of what people are really asking me: 230 more words

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Where Does It Go?

We just got back from a trip to visit family two states away. After we unloaded the car, the kitchen (the room closest to the garage) was covered with stuff on every counter and all over the table. 233 more words

Small-House Living

A place for Everything

I used to have this question: Is the quote “A place for everything and everything in its place” interchangeable?

I have found that having a place for whatever you want to keep, whether it is a treasure or an everyday object (such as pens, papers or in this case, drinking vessels), is vital when you decided to live a more de-cluttered life. 233 more words

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Nature Abhors a Vacuum

First presented by the Greek physicist-philosopher Parmenides (510-450 BC) and then argued over for two-millennia by other famous names in history including Plato and Aristotle, the idea that empty spaces are unnatural has led directly to the creation of human advances such as atomic theory, the barometer, the steam engine and the science of thermodynamics to name but a few. 194 more words

A Place For Everything