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By Andrea Gerasimo
Our decluttering expert shows one very busy fitness editor how to organize her ride.
organized closet
By Andrea Gerasimo
A feng-shui and decluttering expert explains the secrets of the well-organized closet.
A beautiful modern living room is pictured.
By Experience Life Staff
Michael Schnippering on how Feng Shui works.
Cleaning Products
By Jessie Sholl
We assume they are safe. But in fact, many popular household cleaners are dangerously toxic. Learn about the eight scariest substances hiding under your kitchen sink, and how to replace them with safer, more natural options that really work.
By Jamie Martin
In the January/February 2011 issue, Experience Life published the first article in the popular "Order Out of Chaos" series
By Tatyana McNamara
Some tips on how to avoid hormone-disrupting chemicals in your kitchen.
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By Courtney Helgoe
A kitchen cleared of clutter gives a working mother the space and inspiration to cook.
organized office
By Courtney Helgoe
Low-cost improvements yield big returns in a cramped home-office space.
By Courtney Helgoe
Simple, thoughtful, low-cost strategies for transforming the first place you see when you walk in the door.
Medicine Cabinet Makeover
By Catherine Guthrie
You stock your kitchen’s pantry shelves with wholesome, all-natural goods. Why not the shelves of  your bathroom, too?
Simplify Your Life
By Wanda Urbanska
Wanda Urbanska shares some of her favorites tips for simple living.
Green smoothie for breakfast
By Catherine Guthrie
Here's what to eat when your day is rushed.
What-to-Let-Go
By Erin Peterson
Hanging on to too much old stuff just because it has “sentimental value” can weigh you down. These smart decluttering strategies help you clear space while still honoring the memories that matter.
By Carole Hyder
A feng shui expert explains why cluttered desks, tables and countertops may be all that’s standing between you and your next big thing.
By Alyssa Ford
Toxic chemicals surround us - often in the places we'd least suspect. Want to protect your body, your home and your world from harmful pollutants? Start by knowing where to look.
person in closet
By Wanda Urbanska
How clearing out the clutter in your space can help you clear your head, too.
By Robyn Griggs Lawrence
Eco-friendly home furnishings and building materials can help make your home a healthy one.
By Catherine Guthrie
Mercury in fish and dental fillings. Lead in old paint. Cadmium and arsenic in industrial wastes. There's a lot of talk about heavy-metal toxins these days. But how worried should you be, really? And what can you do to protect yourself?
By Teri Cettina
The workday is done. You're heading for home – and into an adjustment period that can either make or break the rest of your day.
By Pilar Gerasimo
Not ready to take on the whole house? Just making forays into this trio of high-impact areas can help you take a load off your life.
By Andy Steiner
Is your life a mess, or does it just look like one? Decluttering experts suggest you tackle both problems simultaneously — by ridding yourself of excess stuff.
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