Absolutely Organize Your Family: Simple Solutions to Control Clutter, Schedules & Spaces

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Betterway Home Books, Jun 18, 2010 - House & Home - 208 pages
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Struggle Less and Savor More

Managing a family is no easy task. There are school projects to supervise, a constant deluge of laundry and toys to deal with, and after-school activities to drive to every night. It makes you wish you had an instruction manual to help you keep it all together - well, now you do!

Absolutely Organize Your Family is full of practical and effective solutions for all of your family's organizational challenges.

Debbie Lillard, professional organizer, mother of three and author of the popular book Absolutely Organized, offers all new "Absolutes of Organizing Your Family" tips to help you gain and maintain order in three key areas of your family life: Schedules, belongings and spaces. Inside you'll find: Solutions for overcrowded and out-of-control schedules Advice on establishing morning, evening, and bedtime routines Strategies for organizing toys, collections, artwork, photographs, and more Ways to keep closets and dressers in order even in the midst of growth spurts Help for your child's schoolbag, desk, and locker Methods of keeping bedrooms organized Ideas for creating a homework area to improve study habits. Spend less time struggling to keep up and more time savoring everyday moments with your family. Start your family's organizational makeover today.

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About the author (2010)

Debbie Lillard is a Professional Organizer and a mother of three. After starting her own organizing business in 2003, she appeared on several episodes of HGTV's Mission: Organization. Since the release of her first book, Absolutely Organized (North Light Books, 2007), she has appeared on national talk radio shows and been quoted as an organizational expert in national magazines. She was recently interviewed for an article in the June 2009 issue of Real Simple.

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