The House That Cleans Itself: Creative Solutions for a Clean and Orderly House in Less Time Than You Can Imagine

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Harvest House Publishers, 2007 - House & Home - 234 pages
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The House That Cleans Itself is a true housekeeping guide for the housekeeping-impaired! It boldly takes on the reasons behind chronic messiness and why ordinary home-organization books won't work. Using the methods of "horizontal thinking," this book teaches readers how to set up a home so efficiently and logically that it seems to clean itself.

More than a how-to book, The House That Cleans Itself also looks at what God has to say about cleanliness and order, and how He can inspire order in every reader's life in a fresh and unique way. For added fun, some of the tips Mindy uses come from research for her popular novels, The Trouble with Tulip, Blind Dates Can Be Murder, and Elementary, My Dear Watkins.

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User Review  - Dory -

This book is practical and filled with useful advise. The advise she offers is actually something that anyone can put to use, even the 'out of sight, out of mind' people like me. Read full review

User Review  - Jessica -

This book has been a lifesaver ... and I've only started! Mindy shows you how to set up your own routine (unlike FlyLady where I felt that I needed to make her routine work for me) and Mindy also ... Read full review

About the author (2007)

Mindy Starns Clark is the bestselling author of more than 20 books, both fiction and nonfiction (more than 800,000 sold) including coauthoring the Christy Award-winning The Amish Midwife. Mindy and her husband, John, have two adult children and live in Pennsylvania.

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