Confessions of an Organized Homemaker: The Secrets of Uncluttering Your Home and Taking Control of Your Life

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Betterway, 1994 - Reference - 215 pages
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When Deniece Schofield first confessed to being organized, thousands wanted to hear the juicy details. Now Schofield's back, with a 90's version of her tell-all tale--hundreds of ideas and techniques for organizing a household. 120,000 copies of the first edition sold.

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User Review  - eightambliss - LibraryThing

Confessions of an Organized Housewife is an excellent book that discusses how to set up, organize and maintain a household. Although slightly dated (suggestions for a home office include having a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Eleanor Bramwell - Goodreads

I don't know if there is an updated version of this. It is a good inspirational book with good ideas. Was originally written in the 1980s I believe. Read full review

Contents

PART
7
Three FAILING TO PLAN? PLANNING TO FAIL
31
Five A SCHEDULE MADE FOR YOU
58
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About the author (1994)

Deniece Schofield wrote Confessions of an Organized Homemaker, a compilation of organizational methods for the home. She has also contributed to Woman's Day, Parents Magazine and House Beautiful.

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