Self-Help Books - Organizing

Love It or Lose It: Living Clutter-Free Forever
by Maggie Bedrosian and Barbara Hemphill

You may be caught in the Clutter Trap - a state of cumulative disorder that diminishes your physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, or financial health. LOVE IT OR LOSE IT rescues you. Here's a book that doesn't waste worde on therories. Using the five-step Clutter Campaign, real stories, The Love It Or Lose It Inventory, and practical tips, this books helps you enjoy living clutter-free forever! (from the back cover)


Organizing Plain and Simple: A Ready Reference Guide with Hundreds of Solutions to Your Everyday Clutter Challenges
by Donna Smallin

Organizing Plain & Simple is like a course from an expert teacher, grounded in the fundamentals and enriched with philosophy, tips, anecdotes, illustrations - everything necessary to make home and life run more smoothly. Donna Smallin takes a personalized, nonjudgemental approach to explaining how to assess each individual's situation and suggesting where to start organizing - room by room - and then covers how to stay organized.
(Amazon Book Description)

Clear Your Clutter With Feng Shui
by Karen Kingston

"Kingston reminds us that clutter is stuck energy that keeps you stuck in undesirable life patterns. Therefore, you can 'sort out your life by sorting out your junk.'" - And according to one of my Simplify Life clients, this is hands down the best and most motivating book on clutter clearing.



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