Clutter Rehab: 101 Tips and Tricks to Become an

Clutter Rehab: 101 Tips and Tricks to Become an Organization Junkie and Love It! ➹ [Download] ➵ Clutter Rehab: 101 Tips and Tricks to Become an Organization Junkie and Love It! By Laura Wittmann ➼ – Thomashillier.co.uk CUT THE CLUTTER AND TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR HOME With quick and easy projects for organizing your bathroom, kitchen, closet and , Clutter Rehab takes the stress out of home organizing As you painlessly CUT THE CLUTTER AND TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR 101 Tips Kindle Ò HOME Withquick and easy projects for organizing your bathroom, kitchen, closet and , Clutter Rehab takes the stress out of home organizing As you painlessly tackle piles of toys, stacks of paper and over spilling drawers, you ll discover how to make de cluttering your home an addictive pleasureRemember in Pictures Take a snapshot of sentimental keepsakes you don t use, then donate or even sell them for cashBe Grocery Clutter Rehab: PDF/EPUB ² Smart Save fridge and pantry space and money by buying only those items on your weekly meal plannerGo Green Repurpose empty cardboard, plastic and glass containers into free organizers for all your stuffChildhood Archives Sort homework, artwork and other kid creations into easy to shelve, keep forever binders.


10 thoughts on “Clutter Rehab: 101 Tips and Tricks to Become an Organization Junkie and Love It!

  1. Laura Laura says:

    I really wanted to like this bookthan I did because I do enjoy reading Laura s website I got a couple of new ideas from the book but most of the suggestions were were nothing new I wish she would have included some real pictures instead of just stock photos even line drawings would have been better For example, she talks about a fridge filing system and has a picture of a coupon following it why not put a picture of the fridge filing system She says that a Purse Perfector is the wa I really wanted to like this bookthan I did because I do enjoy reading Laura s website I got a couple of new ideas from the book but most of the suggestions were were nothing new I wish she would have included some real pictures instead of just stock photos even line drawings would have been better For example, she talks about a fridge filing system and has a picture of a coupon following it why not put a picture of the fridge filing system She says that a Purse Perfector is the way to go I wondered why she didn t include a picture of it instead of a picture of a stock photo of a lady peering down into her purse The book is a very fast read and Laura is upbeat and encouraging


  2. Kerrikoala Kerrikoala says:

    This book gave me some ideas on how to control clutter, but it didn t make me want to kick my clutter habit and become an organization junkie I also didn t find the stock photos very inspiring I did like that the author included ideas on using inexpensive or free materials to help organize your stuff, recognizing that not everyone has a large budget to spend on shelving units and bins baskets.


  3. Heather Heather says:

    Basic info not much new Stock photos obvious and unappealing.


  4. Elizabeth Elizabeth says:

    Like all books about clutter, this had its strengths and weaknesses.One weakness at least when it comes to my own purposes is that it is written by and for people with houses, children, and a vehicle in this case, a van Does no one write this type of book for single people in small, cluttered apartments So, as so often, the advice to get the kids to help, or to pizza boxes for your kids artwork, just isn t useful to me But it was a sensible book, clearly set up, enough to defuse the fe Like all books about clutter, this had its strengths and weaknesses.One weakness at least when it comes to my own purposes is that it is written by and for people with houses, children, and a vehicle in this case, a van Does no one write this type of book for single people in small, cluttered apartments So, as so often, the advice to get the kids to help, or to pizza boxes for your kids artwork, just isn t useful to me But it was a sensible book, clearly set up, enough to defuse the fears of any nervous declutterer Some pieces of advice I particularly liked the Daily Walkabout, the I m outta here shelf, having a top three do to list each day, and paying attention to annoyances If you re just starting a decluttering project, this is a good place to start


  5. Lynda Lynda says:

    One of my favorite organization books Simple approach Can do suggestions.


  6. Kristal Kristal says:

    3 or 3.5 stars Cute little book to motivate me I enjoy reading articles similar to this style for tips on minimalism decluttering so this book was an easy pick for me Here s how I felt about the tips Some were not applicable I.E I do not have kids so I don t have to worry about their artwork, toys or motivating them to clean Some tips I love and already do, like the one in one out rule, 1 year rule, trying to use vertical storage and good containers, and evaluating what clothes kitchen it 3 or 3.5 stars Cute little book to motivate me I enjoy reading articles similar to this style for tips on minimalism decluttering so this book was an easy pick for me Here s how I felt about the tips Some were not applicable I.E I do not have kids so I don t have to worry about their artwork, toys or motivating them to clean Some tips I love and already do, like the one in one out rule, 1 year rule, trying to use vertical storage and good containers, and evaluating what clothes kitchen items etc I actually use and donating the rest Some tips were new to me and I may use, like using wire shelving and adding dividers into shelves to maximize organization potential, keeping as little as possible on flat surfaces, having an I m outta here station for items you need when heading out the door, and doing a ten minute tidy before bed Some tips I thought were either weird, outdated on contradicting One tip says to keep flat surfaces clean while another says to have a beverage station shown on the kitchen countertop Tip 32 repurposing items is good to a point like reusing baby food jars for push pins but I m afraid will just lead to hoarding of excess jars and crap just in case I may need it one day Tip 76 about creating an online folder for recipes shows this book s age it does not mention Pinterest and the same goes for tip 100 organize while watching TV, especially during the commercial breaks I do not have cable like a lot of millennials and stream stuff from Netflix and YouTube, which have no very few commercials All in all this book was good and had a lot of helpful advice, but showed its age It could definitely be updated to includeof today s technology like Pinterest, saving things via the Cloud, and removing paper clutter entirely or mostly In my opinion, this book didn t go far enough in removing clutter and focused on organizing, and the minimalist in me kept saying that organized clutter is still clutter I ve been to some houses where this very much rings true For example, the author talks about getting rid of junk mail email right away, whereas I would take that a step further and say you should unsubscribe AND get rid of it


  7. D. D. says:

    Mostly common sense mom stuff Mostly common sense mom stuff


  8. Pug Pug says:

    A nice little book, with super simple and easy to digest tips for cleaning and decluttering Nothing really groundbreaking, but it was a fast read just an hour or two.


  9. Adventuresofabusymom.com Adventuresofabusymom.com says:

    Great book Easy to read Laid out so that you can read it quickly Great tips


  10. Mary Kinietz Mary Kinietz says:

    Good little book good tips.


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