Winning the Clutter War

Winning the Clutter War

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by Sandra Felton
     
 

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Sandra Felton's foolproof advice on organization has made this book a proven bestseller that has helped readers of all ages overcome a lifetime of messy habits. Her compassion, humor, and practical tips will help make chronic clutter a thing of the past.

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Sandra Felton's foolproof advice on organization has made this book a proven bestseller that has helped readers of all ages overcome a lifetime of messy habits. Her compassion, humor, and practical tips will help make chronic clutter a thing of the past.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781441213952
Publisher:
Baker Publishing Group
Publication date:
11/01/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
272
Sales rank:
541,173
File size:
584 KB

Meet the Author

Sandra Felton, The Organizer Lady™, is the founder of Messies Anonymous, a group established to help women organize their households. She is the bestselling author of several books, including Living Organized and Smart Organizing. She lives in Florida.
Sandra Felton, The Organizer Lady®, is a pioneer in the field of organizing. She is the founder and president of Messies Anonymous, the author of many books, including Organizing Magic, and the coauthor of Organizing Your Day, Smart Office Organizing, and 5 Days to a Clutter-Free House. She lives in Florida.

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Winning the Clutter War 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Considering we live in a country where so many are afflicted with "affluenza," this book is helpful with letting you see WHY your "stuff" is so overwhelming. By breaking down the thought process which keeps you mired in clutter, you get a better idea of how to reverse the process and create more out-go than in-come.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you want to help men too, to help on a broader scale, you're going to have to write for them too. You can't go on and on about Cinderella, and how each of us princesses need to be looking for our castles. This seems pretty ridiculous in this day and age. It's the 21st Century! I'm not going to buy a book about cleaning the home that makes men feel silly. A lot of men out there have to do the cleaning. This book should be written so that it welcomes men and women equally.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is an amazing book, a look into the psychology of the messy personality--things you never would have thought of yourself! Very helpful, I recommend it to all my fellow messies out there.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book not only tackles the clutter, it also explains why we have clutter in the first place. I thought it was very enlightening because it's hard to fix a problem wihout getting to the root of it. Adn that's what this book does; gets to the root of the problem. It also offers some great advice about how to tackle the clutter problem in your home, email, job, and anywhere else there are things piling up. Most of us cling to things for different reasons. This book helps you discover the reason and get over it.
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