Clutter. Awareness. Week???
No kidding, I heard on Twitter that this is Clutter Awareness Week, according to Lorie Marrero, creator of the Clutter Diet. Hey, I’ll celebrate anything.
So here’s some Clutter(cast) Awareness:
Cluttercast is now on Alltop— an “online magazine rack” that is a world of discovery, including all the blogs you could possibly want to find on any subject. You’ll see Cluttercast on the list of the top deals on the web, under Frugality, and Deals. Check it out.
The world of cluttercasting is expanding beyond my personal piles of clutter. Other people have already started cluttercasting on their own blogs. Krista Colvin, an organizer in Portland, Oregon, met me on Twitter and immediately established every Friday as Cluttercast day. We’ll have Krista to thank someday if Cluttercast Friday becomes a national holiday.
I just learned that Emilie is doing the same thing; every Friday on her blog Bunch of Scrap. She already has a Cluttercast Friday Badge. Which meant that I had to get a badge. Now I do. It’s in the sidebar; please help yourself.
You won’t want a badge if you don’t have a blog. But you can still cluttercast, find out who else is cluttercasting, and participate in the community—right here. That’s the idea behind Cluttercast Forum. It’s a place where you can connect to other cluttercasters—and Cluttercatchers. I just joined—and hope you will too. Also look forward to seeing you on the Cluttercast Facebook page.
Clutter Awareness Week: it might be officially over–but not here. Not even close.