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Annual Celebration, First Saturday in April

Giving of your time, of your love, of your talents, of your “extras”… Tangible Karma™ Day celebrates when giving feels as good as receiving. Nationwide, groups and individuals set aside 1 hour of this day to purposefully become aware of the needs of those they are in contact with and actively do something to help fulfill those needs.

Some of the ideas that others have incorporated into this event have included:

House Parties- An individual has a give-away party in which everyone brings something to donate. The host(ess) registers a Tangible Karma pack to his or her email address, then keeps a list of which donated item is paired with which guests. When a response arrives, the host can forward it to the correct individual.

Visiting or volunteering at a shelter- Becoming aware of the needs of a charity first-hand can make it much clearer which of your goods would be needed and appreciated.

Help a friend- This may be the perfect opportunity for you to help someone you know gain the courage and incentive to let go of things that no longer enhance their lives. Tangible Karma Day is a wonderful time to offer your support and encouragement to a burdened friend.

If you or your group have a special event planned in conjunction with Tangible Karma Day, let us know and we may share your story here on the website.

"My mom and I spent Tangible Karma Day together cleaning out our closets.  It was a great way to spend time with her.  I'm always on the go and even though we live in the same house we rarely see each other.  It's also great to know that the clothes and purses I gave away will be appreciated by someone and I'll know about it!!!  I'm excited to see the responses."

- Courtney, Chicago, IL, 2007 participant

Top Suggestions from Professional Organizers:

*Tackle one problem area at a time.

*Begin now, but take baby-steps. 10-15 minutes a day can work wonders.

*Choose an organizational system that feels comfortable to you. Simple is usually best.

*Before spending money on elaborate organizing systems, clear out unwanted materials.

*Keep items in the area where you use them.

*Organize for ease of use, not for ease of storage.

Find a professional organizer: National Association of Professional Organizers http://www.napo.net

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The ability to simplify means to eliminate the unnecessary so that the necessary may speak.

~Hans Hofmann

Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.

~Antoine de Saint-Exupery
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