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Growing Up Organized: A Mom-To-Mom Guide Paperback – December 23, 2008
More About the Author
As a professional organizer and owner of www.organizerightnow.com, she provides hands-on organizing and online consultations to disorganized and busy clients. Rolodex Corporation named her the Grand Prize Winner of their Rolodex Office Makeover Challenge. She is a Golden Circle member of the National Association of Professional Organizers. Her columns about organizing appear at WhatsCookingAmerica.net and TheHousekeepingChannel.com. She is a forum moderator for GetOrganizedNow.com, where she moderates public discussions about organizing tips and the professional organizing profession. Lea's organizing services available at OrganizeRightNow.com.
Top Customer Reviews
I anxiously turned straight to the chapter entitled, "Children's Closets", and learned that there were some very easy changes I could make that would help me grab the reigns back from the clutter monster taking up residence in my girls' closet. By adding a second bar and using hooks on the closet door itself, I can relieve some of the clutter and add extra storage space. There are 24 chapters in all, each addressing a different organizing issue. The book is not meant to be read through cover to cover, but to be used as a resource as needed for moms. Its' designed so you can turn to a what chapter you need, when you need it, and find the help you are looking for. There are also worksheets in the back to work through some of your organizing problems, as well as a whole chapter with links to online resources as well as great books to read to your children to spark conversations about organizing. Organized children grow up to be organized adults. From children's bedrooms to being prepared for a disaster, there is so much information packed into this book. I also really enjoyed the little Mom-to-Mom Tips scattered throughout the book, as well as the humor like this:
"Are you living in C.H.A.O.S.? Can't Have Anybody Over Syndrome"
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book is about getting your kids organized, not mom's. How to organize their rooms, toys, etc. I thought it would give helpful tips on how to organize my home. Read morePublished on January 5, 2013 by Sharon Kopitzki
As a new mom I received this book as a gift. As I started to flip through I realized that it was just what I needed. Read morePublished on August 21, 2009 by D. Forbes