Many seniors are at high risk for clutter
because they begin to hold onto items they don't necessarily need as a way to remain in control of their lives.
Rasmussen's favorite trick for keeping off clutter
pounds is to do "complete work.
Living in clutter
is more than just a matter of aesthetics.
If you want to regulate traffic and ensure drivers don't get lost and are made aware of hazards, you must appreciate that not all signs are clutter
can relate to so many items such as paper, clothes, books, toys, make-up, crockery, pictures, furniture and all sorts.
is anything which serves no purpose in your life.
weekly, and do a major cleanup twice a year.
It also warned that the ``slipshod hygiene'' caused by clutter
could have ``dire consequences'' for patients.
A survey by Mindshare was recently published in TelevisionWeek showing ABC as the leading clutter
network, devoting an average of 15 minutes, 31 seconds of each prime time hour to non-program material like ads and promos.
all this clutter
and turmoil" to refer to a clutter
of material objects (10); but "raise" and "turmoil" suggest a likelier meaning: "noisy turmoil or disturbance,.
NORMA Barrows had been surrounded by clutter
for so long she barely noticed it.
Citing David Letterman and Saturday Night Live (a younger writer might have pointed to Jon Stewart and The Simpsons), Gitlin concludes, "Thus is knowingness, which began as a defense against the clutter
that is the sum of all the image makers' attempts to break through the clutter
composed of all the other attempts, itself a style that clutters
the media stream.
, Clear your work space so that you can begin to think more clearly.
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There's nothing new about complaints about too many ads and too much advertising clutter
, but today's reactions suggest that the cluttered
aisles that used to annoy shoppers in the supermarket are a good metaphor for a cluttered
marketplace, and an especially cluttered
Web - with thousands of proliferating sites that are making some consumers feel more frazzled than ever - even as they are dazzled by the access to infinite quantities of information.