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  • Kymberleigh Hawes

    Your 2012 Declutter & Organize Calendar - How to declutter one day at a time. - new years resolution #1!

  • Sherri Patterson

    Declutter Calendar 2012. I need help in this area. I am going to try to use this calendar all year. Organize, clean, sorting, storage, de clutter!

  • Laurel Jody

    Works right along with my new year's resolution :) This calendar gives you one thing to do each day to declutter your house!

  • Marissa Nichols

    2012 Declutter Calendar - great ideas broken down for each day of the year. New Years Resolution

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