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Join Janet M. Taylor, Life Strategist each week on Got Clutter? Get Organized! Gain valuable techniques from Janet and her guests on how to eliminate the junk to create the space, business and life you want.

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Tune in to this memorial episode to honor my Business Coach Christine Lewis Varley, who passed on August 29th of this year. Christine known as the Small Business Coach has helped businesses around the world take their business to the next level. Tune in to this interview full of strategies you can implement to impact the growth in your business This podcast's sponsor is Audible.com a leading provider of audio entertainment and information. Listen to audiobooks whenever and wherever you want. Get a free book when you sign up for a 30 day free trial at www.audibletrial.com/getorganized
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On-Demand Episodes

Listen as I share ways to conuqer the piles in your bedroom so you can create a room and space that is clutter free and relaxing.

Listen as I share tips to organize your bathroom so you and your family can have a smooth morning routine.

To celebrate Father's Day join me as I share tips I learned from my Dad and tips to help the Father's in your life get organized.

Join me as I share tips to help you organize your lanudry room/space and tips to save you time doing the weekly tasks.

In this segment I will share with you tips to set goals to live an organized balanced life.

Learn tips to help you organize those photos stuffed in boxes and bags. I will also share tips to keep those photos organized on your computer.

Join me as I share tips to tackle the clutter in the garage and shed just in time for the first official holiday of the Summer season.

Learn tips to manage your time and life to get things done.

Join me as I celebrate Mother's Day and honor my mother by sharing organizing tips I learned from her.

Learn to conquer the clutter in your basement and attic so you can find things the first time you look for it.

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