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Spring Refresh: Your Questions Answered About Organizing, Decorating, and Problem Solving with Krista Gilbert

In this final episode in our Spring Refresh Series, our Sisterhood Home Coach, Krista Gilbert, answers your questions about problem areas, redecorating, and how to refresh an outdoor space.

We talk closet clutter, when to keep an item and when to give it away, how to organize kids’ papers and artwork, and what to do with the many paper piles around the house.

Krista also gives an easy to follow four-step plan for redecorating a space that needs some love.

You will love this practical episode as you refresh your home this spring.

3 Questions to Ask When Cleaning & Organizing

Have I used this item in the past year?
Is this still valuable or have purpose?
Do I have something that does the same job in the same way or better?

Krista’s “4 Steps to Re-decorating a Space” worksheet can be found HERE.

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