It's Here-- Somewhere

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Writer's Digest Books, 1991 - Self-Help - 175 pages
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When you need it, you can't find it . . . and when you finally find it, you can't remember why you needed it! Alice Fulton and Pauline Hatch show how to get--and keep--a busy household in order. Fulton and Hatch have developed a unique room-by-room approach to organizing a home. No matter what the family size, house size, or income level, this book will help any family banish the lost-found-lost syndrome.

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User Review  - Kammie - Goodreads

Mainstreaming and centers are an awesome idea! I love that it made me think about how often I use an item. I am much happier with my spices that I use most frequently in my door shelf and my food ... Read full review

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User Review  - Danni - Goodreads

I liked this book. It had some good ideas. I think the worst room is the laundry room. I will have to think on it. Read full review

Contents

One Five
46
Two CRIB NOTES
55
Four Eight
70
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Alice Fulton's honors include a MacArthur Fellowship and the Editor's Prize in Fiction. Her work has appeared in Best American Short Stories and the Pushcart Prize anthologies. She lives in Ithaca, New York, and teaches at Cornell University.

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