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What's A Disorganized Person to Do? (2010)

by Stacey Platt

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Love this book! It is so useful when organizing your home. ( )
  adnerb7 | Oct 30, 2012 |
Great tips for people who own a home, although for people who rent an apartment it lacks helpful ideas that will not leave holes in the walls. Overall good information though ( )
  sarahshaw33 | Jul 30, 2012 |
I may buy this book for everyone on my Christmas list - the information isn't new or unique and of course it skims over the expenditures involved in organizing, but its checklist format, helpful photos and broad coverage (cleaning the refrigerator to international travel) make it a compact guide to just about every organizing task you could name - and I love the stickers! ( )
  amac121212 | Jul 26, 2010 |
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I offer thanks to my yoga teacher, Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, for demonstrating that clarity is the foundation for a joyous and accomplished life.
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Introduction: No matter how big or small the organizing task or the motivating force behind it, the time and effort it takes to put your things in order is well worth it.
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Offers hundreds of solutions for gaining control of clutter in the house and office, from quick fixes to hour-long projects, including organizing e-mails to sorting through the area beneath the bathroom sink.

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