3/4/2019 10:06:00 AM Uncluttering Your Home Presentation At Hickory Library
Hickory Public Library Press Release
Are you living with clutter? If so, you may want to attend a program called "Decluttering Your Way to a Peaceful Home" this Monday evening at the Patrick Beaver Memorial Library, 375 3rd Street NE on the SALT Block in Hickory.
Author Tami Foxwill offer tips and tricks to help you declutter your home during the free presentation beginning at 6 PM. Tami has helped people around the country get organized through her books, newsletter, and individual coaching sessions.
Establishing daily routines and systematically working your way through your home will help you change how your home looks and feels, she says. You don’t need a complicated system to take care of your home. Cleaning your home can be fun, too. If you are moving or downsizing or just tired of living with clutter in your home, come to this one-hour session. It doesn’t matter if you live alone or with a house full of people. You can adapt these routines to fit your life.
Tami Fox, a local author and life-long resident of the Catawba Valley, lives in Alexander County with her husband and three of their six children. In 2015, she published Giving Your Children Wings Without Losing Yours. In this book, she shares how she taught her children routines and life skills. In her second book, Finding Joy in Brokenness, she shares how she found joy and blessings even on the hard days. In addition to her books and lectues, she has homeschooled three of her children and is now home-schooling the other three.
"Decluttering Your Way to a Peaceful Home" is free and open to the public. For more information, call 828-304-0500.
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