The tax man cometh ... and you need to respond! Do you know where your tax records are?
Chances are, they're swimming in a stack of paper ... somewhere.
Rafts of paper flood into the average home each day. The mailbox discharges letters and bills and bank statements. Briefcases explode with professional journals, pay stubs and calendars. School backpacks unload children's artwork, meeting notices and sports schedules.
Open the kitchen cabinets ... and you can tell it's time for a kitchen declutter!
Pudding mixes perch on top of the cereal, showering down onto the head of a sleepy, squawking teen each morning. To reach the oatmeal pan, you must shove aside a stack of pizza coupons, the bread machine pan and a glass jar of pickles.The top of the refrigerator is a greasy, dusty jumble of unfinished crafts projects, the dog's leash, empty prescription bottles, broken toys and fast-food drink cups.
Time to declutter the kitchen! Here are our best tips for streamlining and sorting kitchen clutter.
Shopping the farmers' market? For maximum savings on fresh, locavore produce, shop the market near closing hours. Vendors are often willing to cut prices on surplus goods at day's end, so they won't have to cart it home. Make them an offer ... and cut food costs!