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___ Take on a new course of action. As you leave a room in your house, take something with you and return it back to its original spot. For instance, if your spouse's shoes are lying in the living room, take them with you as you leave and return the shoes to his or her closet. Encourage every family member to try will certainly cut-down your clutter.

___ Tweak your bookshelves. Improve your bookshelves' attractiveness by only displaying books you love and use. Vary the presentation: stand some upright with bookends, stack some horizontally, sprinkle in a few collectibles. Relocate paperbacks to closed storage. Are there unneeded textbooks, novels, or children's books too easy for the reading levels of your kids? Sell or donate them.

___ March 20th is the March equinox, also known as the first day of spring. This is the date when the North Pole tips toward the sun AND day and night have approximately the same length. After a long winter, it's also MY FAVORITE day of the year! (By the way, this year a total solar eclipse will occur in Norway, Europe, and northern Asia and Africa.)
To commemorate the beginning of spring, tackle this project in your master bedroom... to the placement of furniture. Take out pieces that do not add to comfort and function.
from email: Get Organized Now! NEWSLETTER By Maria Gracia; Issue: March 14, 2015

1) Refill postage stamps Running out of postage? Go to the post office for some new stamps, or buy them online.

2) Inventory your gardening tools Do you have the tools you need ready for the planting season ahead. Replace any from last year as necessary and keep all tools you need for gardening consolidated in one place so you can find and retrieve them easily.

3) Weed out winter-wear Spring is a great time to look at winter clothing. Since cold weather is still fresh in your mind, it will be easy to remember what you did or did not wear. If it is winter wear and you didnít wear it this winter, itís time to donate, consign or sell.

4) Make a clean sweep Sweep all the dirt and debris off of your front step and walkway.

5) Exchange coins for cash Gather up loose change and jars of money. Check in drawers, tops of dressers, the laundry room, the desk and even the carís cup holders. Head to the bank or coin counting machine, and exchange for paper money

Not by might, nor by power, but by My Spirit says the Lord of hosts. Zechariah 4:6 NKJV

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