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Real Estate - March 29, 2019

Sentimental value

How to keep and enjoy only what is meaningful

by Lori Krolik

Spring is here, which according to tradition is a great time to do a deep clean of your home and clear out any clutter. Piles are not only unsightly, but they often serve as stressful reminders of unfinished tasks.

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Lori Krolik is a certified Productive Environment Specialist and professional organizer and the owner of Palo Alto-based More Time For You. She can be emailed at lkrolik@mtfy.net.

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Posted by Marielena Scanlon
a resident of Palo Verde
on Apr 1, 2019 at 4:57 pm

Thank you Lori, this is a wonderful article and timely!! well done :)
Marielena Scanlon, former Palo Alto resident


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