The Clutter Remedy: A Guide to Getting Organized for Those Who Love Their Stuff
A clean and organized house usually produces a calm and happy environment for people; for most people though, they equate an organized space as having minimal items. Marla Stone is here to tell you that you’ve got it all wrong. With a background in social work and as a psychotherapist, Stone’s advice centers around the idea that to keep up with an organized external living space, you must keep up with your internal living space. There is not much hope of keeping your things, however much or little, in an organized fashion, if you still need to be working on yourself to appreciate the things you have. Filled with self-help tips, as well as advice on how to organize your home based on the room and items, Stone’s words of wisdom can be useful for anyone if they will allow the help.
Just hearing the title, I assumed it would be a book with pictures and ideas for organizing your home, but instead, it’s a book with life advice, tips, and useful organizational skills all presented in the text. I believe every word that Stone has to say, and know that it can help so many people on their journey to a cleaner home and life.
|Page Count||176 pages|
|Publisher||New World Library|
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|Category||Home & Garden|