Household Goods Inc., a volunteer-driven, nonprofit organization that provides a full range of donated furniture and household items, free of charge, to help people in need make a home, is thrilled to welcome Boston’s Clutter Queen, Rhea Becker, for a decluttering presentation on Wednesday, October 23, from 7-8:30 p.m. at 530 Main St. in Acton. The event is free and open to the public.
Boston’s Clutter Queen, Rhea Becker, talks about how to reduce and organize the clutter in your home. She offers useful tips and even demonstrates how to organize your “junk drawer.” Rhea speaks about the impact of clutter on mental health, and how changing your environment can enhance your well-being. After the presentation, attendees will have a special opportunity to tour Household Goods and see how their donated furniture and household items are essential to making a home for individuals and families in need.
Your Extra is Somebody’s Only: The October 23 event kicks off a month-long de-cluttering challenge entitled “Your Extra is Somebody’s Only.” A cluttered environment makes it easy to misplace things, often leading to purchases of duplicate items. These “extras” and other unneeded items can be crucial “onlys” for people in need. After the Clutter Queen presents at Household Goods, she will issue four weekly challenges to help you declutter your home and enhance your environment. As part of each weekly challenge, Household Goods will invite you to share your extras to benefit people in need.