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I Use The 'Do More" Living System



From book, 'Out of the Crayon Box' (living vibrant, organized lives). They have a website. Their philosophy is "Do more living, not more work!". They simplify everything into 6 steps (Declutter first; then Organize, Maintain, Observe, Refrain and Enjoy!). Biggest steps Declutter & Organize, are easy the way they do it. Then it's putting things back where they go, with a simple (not complex or tedious) system which they teach. 'Observe' teaches to evaluate what works for you personally.

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They encourage you to become generous...making a habit to donate (if an item still in good condition) or to toss it away whenever you bring an item into your it never becomes cluttered again. Cleaning is so easy now and my family & I love the space we regained!

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  • Sounds intriguing, but is only shipped to US addresses. - by AZURELITE
  • I put DH in the Rest Home and I am left to sell, pack, declutter, and dump from our 7 room house plus garage. I need all the help I can get. emoticon - by GRAMMAP1
  • I found it here, here it is... http://www.outofthecrayonbox

    Hope this gets people there emoticon - by BILLIEJAYNE
    I would love to get more info on this "Do More Living" System that you were talking about... I tried Googling it and I also tried looking for a book called, 'Out of the Crayon Box' but couldn't find either one.

    Kim - by REALLY-LOSIN-IT
  • Would you please send me the link to the web site for Out of the Crayon Box.
    I try to look it up but I found more how to do decoration items.
    Thank you! - by IS1GAR

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