is Editor-in-Chief of Unclutterer and lives in the Washington, D.C.-area. She was once a pack rat who held on to objects like her third grade math assignments and every note she passed in high school. When she moved into an 850 sq. foot, one bedroom apartment with her husband, however, she realized that it was time to change her ways. Now, she borders on having a fanatical commitment to a more minimalist and simple lifestyle. She believes in buying quality over quantity, and experience has taught her that a clean, uncluttered home is an essential component of a less stressful life. You may have seen her book
in stores, an appearance on the Rachael Ray Show
, profiled in The New York Times
, read her work in national publications like Real Simple Magazine
, or heard her on Martha Stewart Living radio.
March 17, 2008 and Tagged ABCs-20s, guest, unclutterer
A few weeks ago a friend of mine wrote a post on her blog asking if trading recipes made us officially old. I had that exact same thought the other day when some girl friends and I were sharing home organization advice. You know you’re getting old when your topics of conversation involve cooking and/or cleaning. Sorry to break the news. As dorky as it is I’ve been in-love with… Read more