It's that time of year again when thoughts turn to ... cleaning? Yes, once upon a time we did heavy duty house cleaning in the spring. Now I'm not so sure. Do people do that anymore? I sure don't. Not that my house doesn't need it, but there are so many other things I'd rather be doing. Anyway, today the trend seems to be more about getting rid of clutter and excess "stuff" rather than actually scrubbing everything clean. And who doesn't have clutter? Everything from toys, collectibles, office supplies, and yes, even books and DVD's can be counted as clutter if you have too many and don't have the room to store them. If you need help busting your clutter we have a great collection of books here at the library to help you de-clutter your home and your life. Here's just a few titles to help you get started:
Clutter Busting by Brooks Palmer (648.5 PAL)
The Clutter-Busting Handbook by Rita Emmett (648.7 EMM)
When Organizing Isn't Enough by Julie Morgenstern (648 MOR)
Stuff: Compulsive Hoarding and the Meaning of Things by Randy Frost (616.85227 FRO)
So what's cluttering your life these days?