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It’s supposed to help others keep on top of their own detritus so they don’t dump a fully loaded house with magazines that date back to the Eisenhower administration off on their kids, who no doubt have their own homes filled to the rain gutters. But the more you do it, the better and easier it gets. Whether you’re moving or not, make it a habit to continually sort, purge and edit your life and your stuff. “People think you and I are on a mission to get everyone to get rid of everything,” said Brunetz, who has his grandfather’s wallpaper-hanging tools featured in his home.

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Very comfortable, I have to tell you.”“Very familiar,” said Iseman.“Like time just went like that …” said Brunetz.

By the way, if you’re looking for good, clean entertainment during the day, get to know “Home & Family.” About Kate O'Hare Social-media manager for Catholic production company Family Theater Productions; pop-culture addict; recovering entertainment journalist.

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