I Hate Filing: Everything You Need to Get Organized for Success and Sanity at Home, on the Run and in the Office

Front Cover
Health Communications, Incorporated, May 25, 2006 - Business & Economics - 188 pages
0 Reviews

Does your inbox over-flow'eth?

Let's face it—most of us don’t like filing, and we really don't like rethinking our organizational methods (or lack there of). Most of us are stuck in a rut, be it a constantly messy desk, a workspace that always feels too cramped and cluttered or a persistent queasiness when faced with organizing an event at work, running an efficient home office or even sorting the mail, let alone our dresser drawers. Filing, it seems, is a metaphor for all the little things we don’t want to bother with.

Finally—there's someone we can count on!

Sharon Mann is a fun-loving but practical figure for those swamped by work and life. Known for her informative wisdom and sassy sense of humor, her I Hate Filing Club has thousands of members who look to her to take organization past the drab, boring details, giving this so-called chore some sparkle and pizzazz.

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Other editions - View all

About the author (2006)

Sharon Mann is one of America's leading organizational experts. Her 'Ask Sharon' column for the organizationally challenged garnered her national recognition as the Mother of Organization, and leads the I Hate Filing Club, with more than 100,000 members. She is the organizational expert for Esselte, a leading global office supplies manufacturer known for its Pendaflex and DYMO organizational products. She also teaches at Pendaflex Learning Center and is a board member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO). She has appeared in Women's Day, Office Pro Magazine, IVillage.com, Financial Woman, Organized Times, Parents magazine, and many other national publications. She lives on Long Island.

Bibliographic information