101 Ways to Clean Out the Clutter
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101 Ways to Clean Out the Clutter

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Aids clutter keepers with simple ideas to rid rooms of piles, stacks, and disarray. This book helps readers to rediscover space and peace in their home as they: eliminate junk mail before it junks up a drawer; take back control over stuff and taste freedom; subtract an item before adding an item; and more.
Paperback, 123 pages
Published March 1st 2008 by Harvest House Publishers
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Sara ♥
Read this book for a book challenge... It was really little, so that was nice... Just some nice quick tips on keeping your house organized by doing things like:

* making sure everything has a spot where it goes
* getting rid of stuff you never wear or use (BE HONEST!)
* being creative with storage ideas—using cute baskets that can double as storage, etc.
* finding methods that work for YOU (otherwise, you won't keep it up)
* doing a little bit at a time... not BINGE cleaning/organizing

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I put this book on my frugal-living-schemes book shelf because if I follow some of the basic tenets, we will ultimately save money and change our lifestyle. There were some very easy practical ideas and plans set out in this book. I read it as an e-book so I couldn't "save" my pages like I normally would have. About halfway through the book I started thinking I should have been taking notes. All in all, the chapters were short and dealt with one concept at a time...great for me and others like m...more
Seems like there were maybe 30 tips that were stretched to make a catchy number. would have preferred concrete strategies over aphorisms.
Nice, little, motivational book.
Hands you some useful ideas to declutter your home.
The overall writing is very pleasant and 'you can do it'.
I really liked this book. It got me off my butt and made me clear out a whole bunch of stuff that I didn't need and was never going to use again. There is a lot in here but it mostly sells the same points over and over but in different ways.

I'll more or less be using these points from here on out as they make a lot of sense and are relatively easy to do. Fingers crossed.
Michelle Miller
Great ideas to unclutter and organize your home.
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