Consumer Watch: Declutter and save money


By Mireya Garcia
Too much stuff in your house can be overwhelming and costing you money.
Even so, things can just pile up in homes of any size. From your closets to your kitchen, closing the door and forgetting about the mess can get expensive.
Professional personal assistants say they see money wasted all the time when people can’t keep up with what you have.

“That can be in our pantry, in your closet, in a room. You may go out and buy multiples of something and waste your money there,” says Allison Fife, whit LifeSquire, a personal assistant and organizational service.
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