Has clutter taken control of your life? This is not surprising, as each day seems to bombard us with new messages, files, tools, applications, toys, papers, deadlines, stress, and so much more. It can be quite overwhelming. Combined with our increasingly hectic schedules, it seems impossible to find the time to sort through it all.
Cleaning is more than the dusting, mopping, and the wiping. It is creating a safe and a healthy home for you and your family. This book will give you a 14-day cleaning plan that you can follow right away. It is a schedule that will guide you in cleaning your home without the stress. Following a 14-day cleaning schedule helps you to identify, prioritize, and organize your list of tasks. It also helps you to set achievable cleaning goals.
It is overwhelming to clean your house all at once so divide it into seven sections. It is your prerogative now what section to work in first but endeavor to finish one section a day. To further make the whole task easier, decide the easier sections and difficult sections. For example, I would classify the children's room a difficult section and the dining room as a "breeze" section. Then put easier sections between two difficult sections.
In this book, we will give you tips on how to unclutter your very messy office to increase your productivity (or just give you a clear mind to actually get something finished for the day). We will also provide suggestions on how to create a program that you can stick to, so your office doesn't go back to the shambles it was before you got this book.
Whether your clutter problem is just beginning to take root or has already grown to mind boggling proportions, the tips below will help you sort through it all and more importantly, help you decide what to throw and what to keep. It will also guide you as you systematically go through the clutter. However, all the suggestions below will not help if you do not take action. So stop waiting for tomorrow. Now is the time to clean and organize your home. Now is the time to restore your home to its former glory.
What is minimalism? It doesn't mean living with nothing or living in poor conditions. Minimalism doesn't mean you have to be impoverished or destitute. It doesn't even mean to live with many limitations. In fact minimalism means freedom from the oppression of fitting in to a society that is living with so much covetousness.
It's that time of the year! Surely, kids are excited to finally have that break from school and stretch their arms out on that soft, cozy sofa in the living room, while it's cold and snowing outside. It's not the case for parents and housekeepers, however. Yes, it is wonderful to be able to spend long evenings indoors with your family, but it has always been a problem trying to exhaust all possible ways to get the house cleaned up and keep the piles of snow away from the backyard.
First things first, this is not a book for normal people. By that I mean those who manage to clean up after themselves easily. If you have no problems making your bed and finding your pillow, don't waste your time reading this. However if you are comfortable sleeping in a dumpster because it looks and feels like your bed; if your mother or girlfriend changes into a haz-mat suit before deciding to enter your bedroom...
With more and more people becoming busier, appropriating ample time to make our private space habitable is becoming more difficult. This is the reason why this author decided to come up with a practical guide to make cleaning our bedrooms easy and fun and at the same time. Every task will feel a lot easier if we approach it one at a time.
Read this book to find out how you can get rid of the mess and transform your desk efficiently and fast. Find out ways and means to keep your papers organized. Discover how to manage your calling cards so that contact information is not lost and always update. Learn how to eliminate clutter and keep undesirables from piling up in your desk drawers.