- Three steps to decide what to do with stuff you don’t use (but haven’t let go of yet)
Are you holding on to stuff that you don’t use or want? Follow these three steps to let go of them.
- Unitasker Wednesday: The can grip
Some weeks, I need to write a great amount of exposition about our featured unitasker because some folks might not be aware of how a product lacks utility. This is not one of those weeks.
- Office upgrade: An extraordinary project for Wired magazine
I was standing in author Steven Levy’s office holding a trash bag and asking him if I could throw away a crumpled business card I’d found at the back of his closet. Turned out, the card belonged to a current executive at a major tech firm, but was from a time when the guy was a nobody at another company. I told myself that if Levy decided to trash the card, I’d slip it into my pocket instead.
- Are you keeping duplicate items in your closet?
Ultimately, a piece of clothing has a set life cycle and alternating or rotating its wear doesn’t change that fact.
- It’s All Too Much Workbook has insightful tips for keeping your cool when talking to others about their clutter
His suggestions get to the heart of the matter without antagonizing or assigning blame.
- Unitasker Wednesday: Meatball Grill Basket
Wow, I wonder how many of these Meatball Grill Baskets Williams-Sonoma is going to sell?
- Less mess in the music room
When music is such an integral part of your life, you constantly look for ways to store and minimize what you own.