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CNN has been on a decluttering/organizing roll this week. Every day this week the HLN show, Morning Express, has been featuring a segment called “Clean Sweep,” which, as you can guess, focuses on spring cleaning for your life and home. Beyond the more basic tips you can use
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Ever read the lifestyle blog, Modern Mom Life? Do you follow Michelle on Facebook? Twitter? If you’re a busy mom (and, honestly, which mom isn’t?), you’ll find excellent tips and techniques to keep your life—and sanity—in check, including 35 Spring Cleaning Tips. House –
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