Emilie's Creative Home Organizer

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Harvest House, 1995 - House & Home - 337 pages
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Over 125,000 copies of Creative Home Organizer have been sold--and the numbers continue to climb. Now Emilie has added hundreds of new suggestions for making home a happier, more organized place to be. This simple, creative guidebook outlines fast and easy ways to beat stress, save money, and make better use of time.

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User Review  - Tina - Goodreads

I bought and used this early in my marriage and found it to be a lifesaver. So many great basic tips for organizing the home. Some of the information may not be as relevant now as it was when the book was first published, but I would still recommend it for people who are just starting out. Read full review

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User Review  - Stacy - Goodreads

This book is pretty straight forward. Most of the advice is common sense and it is not well organized. Read full review

Contents

Organization
13
Food Preparation
31
The Kitchen
57
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Emilie Barnes has written numerous books and travels extensively to spread her ministry of "More Hours in My Day." She and her husband Bob preach how energy, enthusiasm, and encouragement can help Christian women cope with their daily activities. Her books, such as Fifteen Minutes Alone with God, Survival for Busy Women, and Emilie's Creative Home Organizer, help women deal with time management in an inspirational manner. In addition to her organizational books, Barnes also writes about precious objects in her life and the cherished moments they hold. In If Teacups Could Talk, she explains how and why she named her teacup collection and the stories behind the cups. In Timeless Treasures, she discusses discovering and collecting cherished heirlooms, explaining that heirlooms are pieces of history and represent a special love.

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