The Messies Manual: The Procrastinator's Guide to Good Housekeeping

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F.H. Revell, 1984 - Humor - 157 pages
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The Messie's Manual has helpled over a quarter million readers overcome disorderly lives. Reading it is not guaranteed to make you a professional housekeeper overnight, but it's a real beginning for overcoming procrastination and conquering the battle against messiness once and for all.

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Review: The Messies Manual: The Procrastinator's Guide to Good Housekeeping

User Review  - Ruth Byrnes - Goodreads

This is an amazing book on decluttering your home and then organizing it. Her system works. She also has a website called the organizer lady. I first read this book 15 years ago and it has helped me ... Read full review

Review: The New Messies Manual: The Procrastinator's Guide to Good Housekeeping

User Review  - Angie Jones - Goodreads

As much as a non-spiritual book can change your life, this one changed mine. I found this book to be very inspirational and encouraging to me in the realm of helping me recognize and tame the habits and reasons behind a messy house. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
16
Section 2
18
Section 3
19

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About the author (1984)

Sandra Felton, The Organizer Lady(R), is a pioneer in the field of organizing. She is the founder and president of Messies Anonymous, the author of many books, including "Organizing Magic", and the coauthor of "Organizing Your Day", "Smart Office Organizing", and "5 Days to a Clutter-Free House". She lives in Florida.

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