Who would you be if you felt at peace and had more time and money? An organized life enables you to have more freedom, less aggravation, better health, and to get more done. For nearly 20 years, Regina Leeds - named Best Organizer by Los Angeles magazine - has helped even the messiest turn their lives around. Anyone can get organized - she'll prove it to you!
One Year to an Organized Life is a unique week-by-week approach that you can begin at any time of year. Regina helps you break down tasks and build routines over time so that life becomes simple, not overwhelming. This book will help you:
Master time management
Make your kitchen efficient
Permanently organize closets and drawers
Deal with your finances
Reclaim "dumping grounds" like the guest room, garage, and basement
Declutter the kids' rooms
Organize your travel plans - and the vacation photos and souvenirs
Entertain with joy
Regina reveals her magic formula for organizing anything, plus her method to stop the chronic cycles of clutter, misplaced items, and lateness. Whether you're living in chaos or just looking for new ways to simplify, this essential book will help you get the whole household organized - and stay that way.
"Full of useful information for everyone, from the person who needs simply to clean a messy desk to the person requiring a whole new approach to life." (Library Journal Starred Review)
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I expected a book about decluttering my life,but ....
Been listening for over an hour and....
I don't know.
Cut the crap out. I have been listening for an hour and do not have one useful, practical idea for organizing all my stuff.
Disappointment. Nice lady, but this book is all fluff, and philosophizing, and listening to this lady crap on forever. This lady is the Robert Kiyosaki of getting organized. She is like telling us how wonderful it is going to be once we get organized, and and she is talking about zen, and telling us how to say 'no', and having us blame our parents because we are messy, or maybe we are doing it to get revenge on our mom and all of this crap, and just on, and on, and on. Was she paid by the word for this book? I have never heard so many words spoken about nothing since the last time I watched the Home Shopping Network.