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A kitchen cleared of clutter gives a working mother the space and inspiration to cook.
Simple, thoughtful, low-cost strategies for transforming the first place you see when you walk in the door.
Low-cost improvements yield big returns in a cramped home-office space.
A cluttered laundry-and-mud room becomes a functional, pleasant place to be.
A feng-shui and decluttering expert explains the secrets of the well-organized closet.
Follow along as declutter and feng shui expert Andrea Gerasimo walks Experience Life senior director of content Jamie Martin through the process of getting her multipurpose laundry-and-mud room in shape.
Minimize the stress of paying bills by creating a simple system for household paperwork.
Our decluttering expert shows one very busy fitness editor how to organize her ride.
Feng-shui expert Andrea Gerasimo explains how to make your bedroom a restful sanctuary.
How to arrange your bathroom and linen closet so they support a more peaceful start to the day.
In the first installment of a five-part series on David Allen’s organizational system, Getting Things Done, the chaotic jumble of things competing for our attention comes into clear focus.
In the January/February 2011 issue, Experience Life published the first article in the popular "Order Out of Chaos" series
An unconventional economist embraces a bit of chaos.
Pilar Gerasimo on keeping up with life’s day-to-day clutter.
Our managing editor looks to clear out the clutter and start the year fresh with a renewed perspective on the stuff she keeps — starting with the linen closet.
Digital initiatives manager Jamie Martin shares her journey toward becoming a prenatal yoga teacher.
Establish healthy eating habits by having the right foods on hand.
Here are some tips for staying sane during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Tired of making lists and then losing them in a pile of other lists? Try this proven, five-step approach to getting closure on the daily things that matter most.
A new study suggests geezers are more serene than younger folks, a fact that may explain why my wife and I have survived a home renovation project.
If you’ve been exhausted and bouncing a lot of energetic checks lately, the following tips may help you rebalance your bottom line.