PART I: Clutter can be bad for your health. All of that extra stuff in our homes not only takes up space, it weighs us down, and creates stress.
Brigitte Todd, of Clutter Toss in Holly, tells us what to keep, donate, toss and avoid getting more of.
She will also show us how to arrange and organize what we keep, so that it is manageable and easy to find.
Decluttering your home will also make it easier to get all of those spring cleaning jobs home. Because of this, removing clutter can actually, indirectly, help improve the air we breathe at home.
PART II: The slowly rising temperatures and more frequent visits from the sun we are enjoying lately make it pretty tempting to get out in the yard.
If you want a lawn your neighbors will envy, there are steps you should be taking right now to ensure it is healthy and beautiful for the warm months.
Home Depot’s Don Mandeville tells us a simple way to keep track of when to weed and feed, and which products to use at specific times of the year.
He has a color-coded plan that breaks down key yard to do’s for each season.