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So... what are Daily Do It's you ask? Daily Do Its are daily organizing tips and challenges that help you get organized throughout the year in a way that will ALSO help you maintain organization for years to come. Some are quick and easy; and some are more challenging than others.

How it works: Do each daily task (every month) as shown - OR - each month, simply choose the t
Kindle Edition, First, 62 pages
Published December 23rd 2016 by Christina Scalise
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Lesley Looper
Feb 19, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: non-fiction, 2018
I read straight through this book without stopping to do any of the steps, but it gave me some good ideas. The books reminded me that getting organized doesn't happen in one day, and that breaking things down into smaller steps is helpful and productive.
May 22, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The author is aiming to help the reader not only to get organised but also to maintain organisation for years to come. She starts with January, a time when most people think of taking the broom to their life and sweeping away the detritus in order to bring in the new. I am reading this book in May, which obviously makes a difference and I wish I had had it with me in January! As an example, Christina Scalise writes that, “May is Scrapbook month/ Revise your work schedule month and the first full ...more
Feb 22, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Christina Scalise takes organization a step, or two, further than the typical organizer. In 365 Daily Do Its, it breaks down jobs that may take just a few minutes that you could do in one day. Yes, she will remind you to clean areas you often forget, like wiping down your walls and changing your A/C filter. But how often do you think to organize your photos, jewelry, or sheets?
She has you sort your stored stuff from your past, but also has you organize your future. She makes you take the time to
Jan 29, 2019 rated it did not like it
Scattered and repetitive

I really was looking forward to this, but I found her to be all over the place and repetitive. Things that could/should be together are just spread out over a time period that makes no sense, nothing organised about her lists at all. She repeats herself too often. Wouldn't recommend. Save your money and make your own lists.
Stacey Hatfield
Aug 06, 2019 rated it really liked it
Excellent and easy book to read. It gives you suggestions on how to be organize. Sometimes everyone of us needs some encouragement sometimes. Maintaining a home is an everyday chore. It never stops.

If you are overwhelmed and do not know where to sta st this a book to use. It gives you guidance.
S'alright. A book of short lists, mainly.
Dec 25, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Very good ideas for daily organizing and purging! Thank you Goodreads for choosing me for the giveaway! January 1st starts the organizing!
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