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Where's My Stuff?: The Ultimate Teen Organizing Guide Paperback – March 1, 2010
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This is a simple 95 page, hard back,spiral book is approx 8 x 9 inches and 1/2 inch thick, Rounded corners. In other words hard wearing, easy to tote and toss about. It is divided into four color coded sections, pages are glossy (easy to wipe off) Chapters have stiff card section dividers, tabbed and labeled for easy access. Amusing and brightly colored cartoon drawings capture the concepts well.
The first section (Lime Green) is "Getting Started" just 6 pages long. Large print easy to scan quickly. It consists of a quiz to identify four personality types A to D, and "organizing Quotient". This allows the person to identify their organizing profile by themselves. (Save a fortune on therapy)
2 paragraphs describe the nature of the personality, how to work with it and how to avoid the standard pitfalls.
A type personality is the Perfectionist, the "all or nothing type" who procrastinates.
B type: I have so much to do I am "going to bed - freaker outer"
C Type: "My life is so full it ovefloweth and drowneth me". Overloader.Read more ›
Try instead: The Crumbled Paper That Was Due Last Week to decipher underlying causes, and Organizing the Disorganized Child for the nitty gritty, i.e. specific strategies that move beyond indexed tabs as a value in themselves.
Also, try executive function in the classroom, by Kaufman. A fantastic book that addresses the underlying neuropsychological issues.
"Where's my stuff?" by Samantha Moss and Lesley Schwartz was so helpful to me as a student entering middle school.
The chapter called "School Stuff" had so many great ideas to get organized for fifth grade. It showed you 3 ways to organize your papers and notes. The chapter also taught me how to organize my study space at home. In addition, it showed me how to use my backback and set up my locker. The tips in this chapter are sure to make my year GREAT!
This is the ideal book for a child going into middle school!
Definitely recommend it for someone who thinks its just about impossible to get organized, much like myself! haha
-Lisa, age 16, New York
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book totally helped me organize everything and become more motivated. If only it was updated for 2015 or 2016Published 1 month ago by HC
Made a great girl for my teenage cousin who's all about organizationPublished 2 months ago by DeZendra
This is a book that can help mostly disorganized teens who have no idea how to be organized, although it does serve a general purpose for teens who just need to be a little bit... Read morePublished 8 months ago by S. Singh
Have looked through it, but have not utilized it for it's full purpose. I'm sure it'll be a great resourcePublished 10 months ago by M. Swingle
My dad made me read this book because I was a disorginized mess. It actually did help me. Although I do think it is more for high schoolers or college studentsPublished 12 months ago by Gabby Ditto