From Library Journal
Whether one is a tosser, an accumulator, or a concealer, this book contains a wealth of advice on how to control household clutter. Beginning with a system of quantifying, unloading, isolating, containing, and keeping it up (QUICK), the book examines each room of the house and identifies common problems, such as too many loose recipes or jewelry jumble. It then offers specific, practical solutions, with advice from real people on how they keep organized. Lists of resources for storage products and organizations accepting household items for donation are also given. Similar to Julie Morgenstern's Organizing from the Inside Out, this book will be an excellent purchase for public libraries.
Copyright 2002 Reed Business Information, Inc.
"Cut the Clutter and Stow the Stuff is the first organizing book to make it easy for readers to solve their most vexing problems. Easy to navigate and packed full of great tips, no other book of its kind is this comprehensible."--Linda Koopersmith, The Beverly Hills Organizer