Cut The Clutter: Interview with Scott Barkley, owner of Bio Decon Solutions!

Cut The Clutter: Interview with Scott Barkley, owner of Bio Decon Solutions!

Scott Barkley is the owner of Bio Decon Solutions which provides Hoarding cleanup in the Seattle area. After studying sociology at Western Washington University, Scott gained a deeper understanding of some of the issues client’s dealing with. Out of his experience and history in various fields in hospital and correctional settings, Bio Decon Solutions was born. Their mission is to help people with compassion, discretion, and ability to clean up tough messes. Kammie and Scott discuss hoarding and how everyday people can suffer from the shame it brings, and how important it is to share awareness of the issue and inform people there is help for them! Click here to learn more about Bio Decon Solutions...
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Cut The Clutter: Interview with Erin Harold of Sotheby’s International Realty

Cut The Clutter: Interview with Erin Harold of Sotheby’s International Realty

Erin Harold is a passionate and skilled International Real Estate Broker with expertise in residential, commercial, and investment real estate as well as real estate management. A true advocate of lifestyle and living within art, Erin is passionate about uniting extraordinary homes with extraordinary lives, especially equestrian and ranch properties, vineyards, and resort properties. Erin's commitment to finding clients the perfect properties coupled with her reputation for excellence in all she does, leads to satisfied clients every time. Efficient, precise, discreet and unparalleled in customer service, Erin embodies professional qualities that discerning clients expect. ...
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Be Prepared!

Be Prepared!

Would you be ready if disaster struck? We have seen disaster strike again and again this year, and while we cannot prevent it, we can be prepared. If you only have a moment's notice to evacuate, having a bag ready to grab can make all the difference. The Department of Homeland Security recommends having at least enough food, water and supplies to last 72 hours. Having your kit easily accessible is important to remember, and we recommend designating the top shelf in the entrance closet or garage. What to include: Water - one gallon of water per person per day for at least three days, for drinking and sanitation Food - at least a three-day supply of non-perishable food Battery-powered or hand crank radio and a NOAA Weather Radio with tone alert Flashlight First aid kit Extra batteries Whistle to signal for help Dust mask to help filter contaminated air and plastic sheeting and duct tape to shelter-in-place Moist towelettes, garbage bags...
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Big Blue Truck: Donation Pickup

Big Blue Truck: Donation Pickup

Big Blue Truck: Donation Pickup So, you have finally taken the time to clean out the closet, the garage, and the guest room. You got everything up off of the floor, you made giant piles of things you haven't used or worn in years and you put things back in an easily identifiable fashion. CONGRATULATIONS! Downsizing can be the biggest step in the organization process when you have too much for your space. It is important to go through your home, at least once a season, to make decisions about what to keep and what to say goodbye to. "BUT NOW WHAT DO I DO WITH THESE PILES?!" You already took the time to sort and toss, you don't have time to make a trip to a donation site. How many carloads would that take anyway? Where should you even take it? Don't let these questions stand in the way of cutting the clutter. We have the solution for you. THE BIG BLUE TRUCK! Schedule a time for...
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