"Be honest: Do you keep telling yourself you'll go home and finally organize all those clothes and papers and other possessions that just seem to multiply when you're not looking? But maybe, just maybe, you can't help from thinking that the last time you went to the trouble of reorganizing, it all just magically went back to being messy within about a day and a half?
Join the club. When you have a busy life -- and who doesn’t these days? -- it’s impossible to find enough time to keep cleaning up the same mess over and over again. You pick up all the papers, and the next time you walk in the kitchen there’s a pile sitting there -- taunting you. Where does it all come from? And why won’t it go away? Of course, the whole idea of becoming organized is that you won't have to do it over and over again. But have you found that magic system yet? Never fear, if you're holding this book in your hands right now, the good news is that you have!
Help, I'm Knee-Deep in Clutter! is a sanity-saving book that empowers you to conquer the chaos once and for all. Organization expert Joyce I. Anderson gives you simple, realistic solutions for getting things under control not just immediately, but permanently. You'll find that getting organized is surprisingly easy if you have a plan of attack. Filled with helpful charts, checklists, and other clutter-busting companions, this snappy guide shows you exactly how to:
corral the biggest clutter culprits and start making a difference right away * set up simple daily and weekly routines to keep the mess at bay * break big, overwhelming clean-up jobs (like the basement, garage, and closets) into smaller, more manageable tasks * and much more
You'll find easy-to-implement strategies, instantly usable tools, and all the guidance, humor, and inspiration you need to make a huge difference in your home and your life without breaking a sweat. Help, I'm Knee-Deep in Clutter! gives you the straightforward and sensible solutions you need to de-clutter every room in your home, and keep it that way once and for all! Really!"
About the Author
Joyce I. Anderson honed her organizational skills as a public school librarian/media specialist. In addition to teaching classes on organization, she has assisted families in de-cluttering their homes, and has created organizational solutions for local businesses. She lives -- quite neatly -- in Ypsilanti, Michigan.