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RESOLUTIONS; Tips to help speed things along; Our homes are bloated with stuff we don't need but insist on keeping. Here's advice from experts in time and money management, human behavior, even feng shui: Maybe these words will motivate you to junk the junk.
Publication:Los Angeles Times - Los Angeles, Calif.
Author:Eastman, Janet
Date:Dec 30, 2004
 Abstract (Document Summary)

"Ask yourself, 'Who are those things for?' " says Webb Keane, a cultural anthropologist with the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences in Stanford, Calif. "If they are for other people, do  more...

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