Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Harry's Hunt: Remedy for the Gemino Charm

PRIZE: 9" Key Rail

SPONSOR: Shera Hawkes @ Createspace Today

True Harry Potter fans know that the Geminio Charm is the multiplying spell. And Shera, professional organizer extraordinaire, knows that nothing multiplies itself quite like clutter!

I am certain that someone creeped into my house while I was away and cast the Geminio Charm on everything I own. (Think Hoarding: Buried Alive...) Shera has been an awesome help to me in getting it back under control.

As sponsor, she's giving away a key rail to help organizeall the keys we have to keep track of.

QUESTION (Part 1):
What are the four main reasons of clutter? (No kids don't count!)

(Hint: Visit Shera's blog and check out Tuesday's blog post),
then e-mail the answer to me (Karlene).

Visit Shera's blog—Creating Space Today
become a follower and
answer her question in the comments of her post.

TO ENTER: E-mail the answer to Part 1. Please include your name and mailing address (so I can contact you if you win). Leave the comment on Suan's blog for Part 2. You need to do both to be entered to win the prize.

DEADLINE: Midnight, July 15th, 2011.


All correct answers will be entered to win the prize. Winner will be chosen using and announced Saturday, July 16th.

Correct answers will also be entered to win the Grand Prize, to be awarded Saturday, July 16th. (Grand Prize open to U.S. entries only. Sorry.)

About Shera:

Shera is a Creative, Healing, Joyful Woman of Light who also happens to be a professional organizer. Her passion is to bring order to chaos and have fun doing it. Shera has been a professional organizer since 2005 and a member of the National Professional Organizers Association since 2010.

She married her sweetheart, Blaine in 1995. He is the love of her life and saying yes was the smartest thing she has ever done. She is the mother of four amazing children, two boys and two girls. Her sons are now taller than she is.

Although she is a dog lover at heart, she is the care-taker for two cats. Her children think she should add a dog, a horse and chickens to the mix, negotiations have stalled for now.

You can visit Shera's website here.

(And if you want to see how much she's helped me, go to my Goodbye Clutter blog.)

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