Recommended Reading for
General Organizing Interest
This book offers clear, concrete advice for organizing areas around the home. The author, a professional organizer, gives a wealth of useful resources.
This book helps people understand what family heirlooms are worth keeping and what do not possess the interest or value held by previous generations.
A great reference material to help with downsizing.
Take any space from a disorganized mess to an organized success! Whether
you're a professional organizer looking to streamline skills or a homeowner who wants to learn the pros' insider techniques.
This comprehensive yet easy-to- read book will get you there!
Organize For Disaster closes the gap between awareness to prepare and actual implementation. It provides organizing tools like shopping lists of provisions; storage ideas; sample family communication, evacuation, and escape plans, checklists and tips.
Vickie is a professional organizer and senior move manager. She has expertise in helping older adults downsize their homes and move, in an organized and efficient manner. This book is ideal for both seniors and family members helping their loved ones downsize and move.
Regina Lark is a certified
professional organizer and
specializes in working with people
who have ADHD, chronic
disorganization, and hoarding
disorders. In this book, she
explains the connection between
having physical clutter and
emotional and psychological clutter
in our minds.
Discover the reasons for problems with acquiring, saving, and hoarding. Learn new ways of thinking about possessions to accurately identify the things we really need and those we can do without.
Learn why we keep clutter and how to identify and clear clutter in the home or workplace. You will also learn how to clear clutter from our bodies, minds, and spirits, and stay clutter-free.
The star of TLC's "Clean Sweep" collaborates with 11 other contributors to create this extensive manual. It covers so much more than organizing your home. The book gives advice on organizing all aspects of your life, including your finances, social life, and health.
This book is for moms who feel overwhelmed with clutter, work, and busy family schedules.
This book explains what causes problems with organization. Then it outlines an action plan before offering practical organizing tips.
The author of this book is also known by her online name, "Flylady". She has an e-mail coaching list for those who struggle with clutter and disorganization. This book uses baby steps to ease people into getting organized at their own pace.
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