There are times in our lives when we are completely unprepared for a potential guest. Maybe the date of a visit has slipped our minds, or maybe we got a phone call saying that someone will be over sooner than expected. This can be a huge hassle if the house is still a mess! What do you do in a situation like that? For times like these, all you have to do is pull up your shirt sleeves and get ready to put in a little bit of elbow grease. This book will help you to do the rest!
This is NOT a book about Eminem's song. This is actually about de-cluttering the monstrosity that is your closet. Let's face it. You bought this book because you are constantly running out of something to wear even though your closet is overflowing with clothes. Maybe you can't find your winter coat or you can't remember where you packed it. Is it in the linen closet, the basement storage or in one of those mystery boxes on the top shelf of your wardrobe where you stashed all your mystery stuff? Have no fear.
Clutter is part of everyday life, but this does not mean you shouldn't do anything about it. To some it's normal that there are bed sheets on the floor, kitchen cupboards that are yet to be cleaned, and closets that are left in disarray. But no matter how true this is, clutter can still be annoying, disabling, and maddening.
Centuries ago people did not have too many belongings. Now that you live in a highly commercialized economy, everything seems to be available and affordable. As a result you have a lot of stuff at home. Home organization comes into the picture. Home organization requires a logical and systematic way of thinking. It also involves your creativity. Do you think home organization is difficult to achieve? The answer is in this book.
Showing people the benefits of organization to life and health can be a good way to encourage them to be sensible or systematic in their life. However, to tell them what to do or look down on them is a definite no-no. Being organized is not a skill set that comes with your genes. You can learn organization, it is a trait that can be taught, caught and nurtured. As you set your mind towards the goal of being an organized person, and you constantly practice organization, you can develop the skill.
Centuries ago, people did not have too many belongings. Now that you live in a highly commercialized economy, everything seems to be available and affordable. As a result, you have a lot of stuff at home. Home organization comes into the picture. Home organization requires a logical and systematic way of thinking. It also involves your creativity. Do you think home organization is difficult to achieve? The answer is in this audiobook.
In such a frenetic world, finding the time to organize your stuff often seems impossible. It's not really a priority. Yet it should be, because being organized will greatly improve your quality of life. If you're organized, you are always on time for appointments and prepared for meetings. It means you will remember special occasions and to set aside time for all your daily tasks. It means not wasting precious minutes searching for your car keys in the morning or finding your phone when it rings in the evening.
Minimalism is not as difficult and time consuming as it seems. It can be done even without professional expertise, and it may take only a few days.
"concise, but not inclusive enough."
Nothing is more important to this planet than finding alternatives to chemicals and practices that are harming it. Sometimes it is helpful to think of the Earth as a living cell, one on which we are living. Once the cell dies, what do you think will happen to the other things inhabiting it? Not a pretty picture.