Real Life Organizing
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Real Life Organizing

Clean and Clutter-Free in 15 Minutes a Day

By Cassandra Aarssen, Peter Walsh
• Social media numbers: • 119,385 subscribers • 13,267,530 views Articles: • http://clutterbug.me/category/podcast • https://www.pinterest.com/pin/480126010251846627/ • https://www.sparefoot.com/self-storage/blog/7525-decluttering-blogs-to-follow/ • https://www.mixcloud.com/bedroomradio/the-derek-releford-show-07122016-feat-cas-from-clutterbug/ • Website received 370,000 page views in the past 30 days • Fervor for decluttering and tidying up is at an all-time high • Author Cas Aarsen offers solutions for how we really live- most people have stuff, kids, pets and hobbies (we can’t all live in a minimalist zen temple) • Aarsen’s Clutterbug Organizing has a well-trafficked website, popular Youtube how-to series garnering tens of thousands of hits.

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