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How to Organize Your Home's Catch-All Areas

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We all have rooms in our home that instantly attract clutter. The attic, basement, garage and office are the biggest offenders, and notorious catch-all areas for just about anything that comes through the door. Don’t worry – even the most organized people struggle to keep these areas tidy. With these quick and simple home organization tips, you can cut down on the clutter and control the chaos. Make the Most of Attic Space An attic can be one of the greatest storage spaces in a person’s home. It can also be one of the messiest. Half-filled boxes, holiday decorations and…

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