Thursday, July 10, 2008

Now, where did I put that club membership form...?, the website owned by Rogers Publishing Limited's Today's Parent Group, has launched an interactive online club that says it will help Canadian families organize their homes and create functional family space. The "Clutter Control Club" starts off with a 28-day "boot camp" in which it sends daily email checkups, quick daily missions and opportunities to share their progress with other members. Since the club initiative was launched in mid-April, over 1200 members have joined. Tracy Keleher, Founder and Editorial Director said in a release:
"Helping families organize their lives by reclaiming their homes and having time for what matters most, is a natural extension of our community. Enabling our members to interact and share their progress adds another dimension of accomplishment to their Clutter Control Club experience."
Rogers bought the website in 2006, although it has continued to operate as a standalone operation rather than being merged with


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