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An organized home office is your key to finally getting things done.

Start here if:

You are fed up with paper You are fed up with email You are fed up with being disorganized throughout your life

Dont have an entire room for a dedicated home office? Turn an alcove, a loft, a corner of your bedroom or the dining room table into an upbeat home office you want to run to...not

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Kindle Edition, 199 pages
Published January 4th 2020 by Blue Tudor Books
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Carter Hemphill
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While the book is a rehash of a lot of other organization books, the author does provide tips based on her personal experience as an organizer that are helpful. Overall, a useful guide for the disorganized and overwhelmed.
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Jan 21, 2020 rated it really liked it
A couple of good points

A little too wordy for me but has some good ideas that work. My advice: skim over any information that's not needed and jump to the good stuff
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