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How to Get Rid of Clutter—for Good!

September 18, 2014 5:04 pm

From that stack of old mail to that pile of shoes by the front door, clutter happens to the best of us. And while home organization is a never-ending battle, there are a few tips and tricks to help make "clutter control" a little easier. Here are a two of our favorites:

1) Storage, storage, and more storage.
"A place for everything and everything in its place!" Stock up on stylish baskets, decorative trays and bowls, magazine holders, storage ottomans, toy bins…whatever you need to help wrangle loose odds and ends around the house. For those items you always seem to misplace (keys, wallet, cell phone), make it a habit to always plop them into a designated spot, like a decorative bowl by your front door.

2) Purge and donate.
At the turn of every season, reassess your wardrobe. Donate gently-used clothing and shoes to those in need, or exchange unwanted clothing for a little pocket money at a consignment shop. For purging on a day-to-day basis, consider keeping a "donation bin" somewhere in your home. As you come across unwanted clothing, toys, or household objects during your everyday cleaning routine, simply drop said items into the bin to donate later.

9 Decluttering Secrets From Professional Organizers [Real Simple]
10 Creative Ways to Declutter Your Home [Becoming Minimalist]
31 Days to Decluttered [Good Housekeeping]
Declutter 101: How To Cut Clutter At Home [Organized Home]

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Kyoto Japanese Cuisine: Have Sushi in Rohnert Park

September 17, 2014 4:08 pm

Kyoto Japanese Cuisine offers Rohnert Park residents an upscale sushi experience, complete with an artistic flair and a sake selection that’s sure to impress. The interior features an authentic wooden sushi bar with high-top seats all around, as well as private, four-top dining tables for larger parties.

Regulars love the friendly service, which normally begins with the restaurant’s owners greeting you at the door. The food portions are extremely generous for the low price tags, and the most popular menu items include classic sushi rolls like the California roll and spicy tuna roll and everyone’s favorite, miso soup. From the hot wash cloths to clean your hands with before the meal to the chocolate mochi at the end, Kyoto Japanese Cuisines offers a high-end dining experience for an affordable price.

Kyoto Japanese Cuisine closes every day between lunch and dinner, so be sure to check the hours before planning a visit.

Kyoto Japanese Cuisine
5 Padre Parkway
Rohnert Park, CA 94928
(707) 584-4204

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Get Ready for Fall!

September 15, 2014 5:04 pm

Mark your calendars! Fall is right around the corner. Kick off your holiday season with a visit to a spooktacular haunted house at Blind Scream Haunted Houses!


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