The Organizing Sourcebook: Nine Strategies for Simplifying Your Life

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McGraw-Hill Education, Aug 8, 2001 - Business & Economics - 272 pages
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The nine habits of highly organized people

Organizing consultant Kathy Waddill demonstrates how the simple act of being organized can improve your quality of life. In The Organizing Sourcebook, she presents nine organizing principles that can easily be applied to any situation, activity, or environment. The book gives you the tools for managing time; decreasing stress; and dealing with cultural, personal, and emotional change. Case histories illustrate how each strategy solved a specific problem.

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User Review  - Caroline - Goodreads

Gave a lot of good ideas about organizing that I hadn't really thought of before. Got me inspired to get more organized (especially before the new baby comes!!) Read full review

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User Review  - Marley - Goodreads

This is a great organizing book, up there with Peter Walsh's It's all too much. This book doesn't give quick storage solutions but tools that will help you re-evaluate your home and your life. Read full review

Contents

Make Your Systems Fit You and Your Life
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STRATEGY
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STRATEGY
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About the author (2001)

Kathy Waddill is the owner of The Untangled Web, which helps clients streamline their homes, offices, and lifestyles. Her work has been featured in Better Homes and Gardens, the Boston Globe, and the Christian Science Monitor.

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