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7/15/14 9:08 A

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Yes, I actuall could get rid of stuff without his knowledge I have done it in the past...lol. It's a little tricky because we both work and I leave before him and he is home before I get home so I end up sneaking this stuff out to my car at 3:00 in the morning. emoticon

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7/15/14 6:02 A

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Good Luck!

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7/14/14 8:40 A

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Is there a way for you to toss it totally out w/out him noticing? What I mean is...take it to a dump (or dumpster), donate to Goodwill or the Salvation Army or have it picked up "free on curb" through websites like freecyle? If he doesn't see it in your garbage, he can't bring it back in, at least that's the idea. But, of course, if he knows every little thing in your house and what has a place and where, this may be difficult.

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I think it is possible. I live with someone like your husband, but eventually he realized I was going to be much happier if I could declutter the areas I was responsible for; meaning, I am the major cook, so the kitchen organization is my responsibility and so he gives input, but doesn't get the final say about what we bring into it or take out of it (food excepted). If it involves his workroom and office and bedside table and closet, ditto for me. It's hard, though.

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Hello all,

My name is Lisa and I am not really new to the team I rarely post here I'm more of a lurker just looking for tips and help I can apply to my own life.

My issue is that my entire house is a wreck inside and out. You wouldn't walk into my house and think what a pig sty we keep up with the basics for the most part so it's surface clean but not deep down clean meaning your going to find cobwebs and over stuffed cabinets, drawers & closets.

As an added stress bonus my husband won't throw anything way if I clean out a kitchen cabinet I will find every thing I tossed out in the garage some where.

Is it even possible to get my house in order? Where do I begin?

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