The Complete Idiot's Guide to Decluttering
Do you own your stuff, or does it own you?
Whether someone lives in a mansion or a studio, drives an SUV or a MiniCooper, stuff often builds up into an endless stream of clutter, taking over living spaces and complicating lives. Drawing on nearly two decades of experience organizing living and work spaces, renowned organizing expert Regina Leeds has the solution for conquering clutter in every room of one's house, along with in one's office, car, and garage.
?Short, easy-to-use format
?Quick and easy steps for evaluating and organizing your possessions
?Unique room-by-room approach
?Tips on maintaining a clutter-free space forever
?Includes a complete list of resources
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - sprite - LibraryThing
Take a drink every time the author says "The Container Store." :-) Decluttering for 15 minutes : organizational debt :: "snow flaking" : financial debt. Author (single, living alone) doesn't believe ... Read full review
what you'd expect from the "Idiot's" seriesUser Review - natltopmom - Overstock.com
Like guidebooks with the Idiot's title, the book is well-organized, easy to read & follows the basic rule of instruction. Good specific tips & how-to's. ... Read full review
What Is a Cluttered Home?
How Do We Take the First Decluttering
The Magic Formula
Maintaining the Organized Home
Calling in the Troops
Its Outta Here
Is Yours the Hub of Your Home?
The Cold Hard Truth
Are They a Sanctuary or a Prison?
Foundation for His or
Can You Find Anything to Wear?
Less Is More
Whats Here and What Tools
Deep Thoughts on Cavernous Cupboards
Does Anyone Eat Here
Does Anyone tat Here Anymore?
What About Kids and Crafts?
Not Just for TV Anymore?
Fluff and Fold
When the TV Goes Off What Will We Do?
Wheres My Robe?
How Should You Set It Up?
You Mean My Car Goes Here?
Its a Disaster
Special Areas in the Home