Declutter your Life and Organize your Stuff
Everytime I start thinking about preparing my wardrobe, my files and my desk space for the fall season, I remember all the clutter that is taking over my living space and I always succeed in putting off this immense task till the next weekend....after all there will always be a next weekend. But if, unlike me, you really want to tackle the clutter gremlines that have been eating away at your space one inch at a time, or if you are starting a new life in a new place and looking for fresh ideas to get organized ..…then I strongly recommend that you take a look at the following books:
Brooks Palmer, author of Clutter Busting, is a professional "clutter buster" and a stand up comedian who adds just enough pizzaz and laughter to get you started with the tedious job of clutter busting. His new book : Clutter Busting Your Life : Clearing Physical and Emotional Clutter to Reconnect with Yourself and Others opens your eye to the psychological barriers that make you hold on to "stuff" and shows you how to break away from these barriers. If you have a very busy life and you are always short on time and feeling totally overwhelmed with the clutter around you, then The 8 Minute Organizer will show you how to streamline this humongous job and break it down in small steps for only a few minutes a day. The Fast and Furious 5 Step Organizing Solution offers a 5 step strategy to declutter your space and more importantly, to keep it that way in the fastest time possible.
Andew Mellen, who wrote Unstuff Your Life is thought to be the most organized man in America. He takes you on a "tough love" journey to help you become aware that what you possess does not have to be synonymous with who you really are. If you have happen to be the lucky one who manages the clutter of a whole family, then don't miss reading Stop Clutter from Wrecking your family that claims to be about a lot more than organizing. The author assures the readers that "the entire household will be more peaceful and stress free when the whole family "de-clutters" together, which, as a mother of two, sounds like music to my ears.
Now that I found a few very good books on clutter-busting, I can look at the mess around me, and feel confident that once I get a hold of these books, maybe by next weekend, I can get start de-cluttering....but for now, a cup of tea with an easy summer read will do.