The Messies Manual: The Procrastinator's Guide to Good Housekeeping

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F.H. Revell, 1984 - Humor - 157 pages
23 Reviews
The Messie's Manual has helpled over a quarter million readers overcome disorderly lives. Reading it is not guaranteed to make you a professional housekeeper overnight, but it's a real beginning for overcoming procrastination and conquering the battle against messiness once and for all.

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Review: The New Messies Manual: The Procrastinator's Guide to Good Housekeeping

User Review  - Angie Jones - Goodreads

As much as a non-spiritual book can change your life, this one changed mine. I found this book to be very inspirational and encouraging to me in the realm of helping me recognize and tame the habits and reasons behind a messy house. Read full review

Review: The New Messies Manual: The Procrastinator's Guide to Good Housekeeping

User Review  - Beris Cumming - Goodreads

I'm sorry to say but I gave up on this book. I just couldn't get motivated to read it never mind find out what it is I should be doing. Some books just don't make the connection and this is one of them for me. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
16
Section 2
18
Section 3
19

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About the author (1984)

Sandra Felton, The Organizer Lady, is a pioneer in the field of organizing. She is the founder and president of Messies Anonymous and the author of many books including "Organizing Magic". Sandra lives in Florida.

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