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The complete idiot's guide to organizing your life ❴Reading❵ ➷ The complete idiot's guide to organizing your life Author Georgene Lockwood – Get it together with this bestsellerrevised and updated In our fast paced society one of the best ways to increase productivity and stay sane is to get organized In her fourth edition of the highly su idiot's guide Epub â Get it together with this bestsellerrevised and updated In our fast paced society one of the best ways to increase productivity and stay sane is to The complete Epub / get organized In her fourth edition of the highly successful Complete Idiots complete idiot's guide to organizing PDF \ Guide volume Lockwood helps readers do just that Readers will find new information on clutter complete idiot's guide ePUB ´ disorders getting ahead through organization how to distinguish a serious problem from simply needing a new system how to get help how to manage electronic clutter at complete idiot's guide to organizing PDF \ work keeping finances orderly and much Includes new creative solutions and professional resources One of our bestselling Complete Idiots Guide titles New strategies and tips as well as information on previously unavailable organizational techniues made possible by better technology With Oprah and Dr Phils increased focus on getting organized organization is a hot topic.

10 thoughts on “The complete idiot's guide to organizing your life

  1. Lesa Parnham Lesa Parnham says:

    I loved this book my family hated it While I was still reading it I started organizing and like a mean drill sargeant I have teenagersa ten year old and a very messy husband Along with this I have pets in my home In the first few days i cleared 16 large garbage of stuff we had but didn't need I think one of the main things this book stresses is not to be sentimental about things that really don't have a place in your life The book was about organizing hence the title but I ran with the clutter first In my opinion some of the later chapters let things go The author started talking about plastic bins and things that in my opinion would not only clutter the house and make it tacky All in all it is going to make my kids hate me and unclutter my home

  2. Jennifer Daniel Jennifer Daniel says:

    I did glean a few ideas from this but as usual with these types of books they were for living spaces that had much suare footage than I do The pantry organizing tips will really be helpful since mine is always a disaster I liked the bathroom tips as well

  3. Jake Getch Jake Getch says:

    Pretty good The author seems to ramble on on some topics in the end chapters but the book itself really helps if you want to get organized

  4. Graemme Boone Graemme Boone says:

    Great book Not a easy book to implement but well worth the effort

  5. Ami Ami says:

    I'm not a messy person but this book can help you improve in and organize other areas of your life your morning routine seasonal habits your finances and even the organization and planning for your personal goals No one is perfect and even though I feel pretty comfortable about how my place looks at any random point in the day I tremendously improved my morning routine and found a method for making dinner after being exhausted from a long day found a much stress free way to keep track of bills and other financial matters and even incorporated a much realistic way of planning for my new year's resolutions The author also incorporates very random good to know facts throughout I recommend this book for anyone I just can't believe I didn't read it sooner

  6. Oriyah Nitkin Oriyah Nitkin says:

    I purchased this book on a whim because it was on clearance It turned out to be one of those books that completely changed the way I live my life In clear organized simple terms it taught me the concepts and skills I needed to organize my possessions and to get rid of things I don't needNow over a decade later my things are still super organized Besides that I haven't lived in my parents' home in almost 5 years and they STILL call me to ask where things belongTo anyone who hasn't an organizing clue I highly recommend this book

  7. Laura Gilfillan Laura Gilfillan says:

    Actually it's mostly about organizing your home Put things in matching baskets build nice shelves and cases and so forth Some useful ideas use a small planter to store scrub brushes etc near the kitchen sink jars to hold small odd items tray in bathroom to hold sink items large binder with ziplock bags to hold electronics hardware magazine holders to keep wrapping paper and gift bags tidy an interesting form for a to do list See website thecreativityexchangecom

  8. Vincent Vincent says:

    I love being organized and thought this book would help me become so No way It's intended for compulsive hoarders procrastinators shop a holics messy kitchen types etc If you aren't a disaster this book offers no new ways to take it up a notch Typical chapter if you haven't used something in a year throw it out Really?

  9. Amy Amy says:

    If you are looking to get a little organzed this is the book for you I found some great ideas and resources to make my life run a little easier I can't wait to start implementing some of the strategies found in this bookMy new montra Don't put it down put it awayNow I just need my family to get on board with that montra too

  10. Maria Maria says:

    I love this kind of stuff It's my left brain dominance I guess I enjoyed this book Practical ideas I'm motivated but need to find the time to be able to start finish one project at a time I don't like to leave projects undone

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