Organizing for Life

  • by Sandra Felton
  • Narrated by Melinda Schmidt
  • 2 hrs and 37 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Say goodbye to the stress of mess - for good! You can find the order, beauty, and peace you desire - and deserve - in your home. Organizing for Life reveals the secrets of keeping your house neat, clean, and organized without spending every minute of your life working on it. Finally, an audiobook that goes beyond the how-tos of cleaning and looks right at the heart of messiness so permanent change can take place. You'll learn why things are out of control so you can get them back in order and keep them that way. You'll uncover the mental and emotional roots of clutter - guilt, fear, rebellion, habit - so you can get rid of it. Even the best cleaning methods are useless if you can't keep up and soon slip back into old habits. Stop struggling. You can overcome that old, unsuccessful mind-set and discover a new way of thinking that makes messiness a thing of the past.


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Customer Reviews

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Sorry I Wasted My Money

I was hoping this audio book may give me some good tips on organization. Wrong. I not only had the Bible preached to me but there was a suggestion that disorganization in the house 'may have my husband threatening to leave, or maybe had already left.' I'd like to know if the husband referred to had a piano tied to his butt because he wasn't able to help, or heaven forbid, maybe the almighty lord and master of the house was part of the problem? I gave the book two stars because the choice of narrator was good. In my opinion, this is a poor excuse for a self help book.
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- Sapphira "Sapphhira"

This book is not about organizing for life...

This book is VERY disappointing. The description on does not capture the nature of this book.
Focus is on "woman's job" to maintain a clean organized household. This book is not about organizing for life. Life is much more than keeping a home. "An organized house is closely tied to womanhood". Attitudes in book are from the 1950's.
Plus, bible verses and regressive preaching are not appropriate for this type of book. Especially, since they were not mentioned in the description. The author suggests that every good "Christian" woman should have a clean and orderly house to keep her husband satisfied. This is closed and archaic view of being a Christian woman of the 20th century.
I would not recommend this book for any reader. Wish I could give it zero stars.
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- Susan

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-26-2009
  • Publisher: Oasis Audio