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Give your home (and yourself) space to breathe with this easy plan.

Clutter invades your personal space - and your mental space. The No-Nonsense Home Organization Plan helps you quickly and sustainably transform your home into a calm, orderly safe haven. The seven-week plan walks you through your residence room by room, breaking the work into small daily tasks to make the process simple.

No need to buy or prep anything upfront - you’ll learn to maximize the space you already have, set up organization systems to put things back where they belong, and donate or sell what you don’t need.

The No-Nonsense Home Organization Plan includes:

  • For every space - this organization system works for any kind of dwelling, from a 6,000-square foot house to a 300-square foot studio.
  • Customize at will - the organization plan can be adapted to your environment and schedule: Take extra time on an area, or skip what isn’t relevant to your home.
  • Step-by-step guide - get specific guidance on the organization of backyard clutter, shower supplies, wall decor, kids’ toys, and other tricky items.

Start feeling good the moment you walk in your door - The No-Nonsense Home Organization Plan will show you how.

©2019 Rockridge Press (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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  • 20-08-20

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Its very similar to other books on decluttering. There is no special type of aproach, no aha moment here but it's book of good quality. I really like she made a schedule how to tackle the whole house part by part. There is few good tips like not keeping kids toys in their bedroom. I've never thought about the kids toys as disruptive to their sleep but it makes perfect sense. If they are surrounded by these toys they may think about them and have difficulty falling asleep. Living room might be better place for toys then. Also keeping next size of children clothes under their bed is good thought. I didn't listen too carefully though. I think it's best listen to small portion everyday while making the effort to follow it's instructions so I'll listen to it once again. I just wish there was accompanied PDF.