Our children arrive into the world empty-handed and within days oftheir birth, the clutter begins! The clutter starts off with diapers,clothes and rattles and as they begin to grow, so does the amount ofitems and clutter they obtain. You may begin to ask yourself how muchstuff does one little person really need?
Maybe your childrenare now in elementary school or have entered the teen world. No matterwhat stage of life your children are in, their items can clutter andovertake their rooms and your home.
To de-clutter it all andkeep it under control you have to begin with a system that works foryou and your children so they can help maintain their clutter. Click here to read my simple De-Clutter Children Clutter steps over on the SC Johnson Home Economics blog.
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