Happily Organized: Little Stories About My Mom The Most Organized Person in the World

Happily Organized: Little Stories About My Mom The Most Organized Person in the World

by Susan Lovallo

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Overview

Meet Marian, the most organized person in the world. She is quirky, funny and the mom of Susan Lovallo Professional Organizer. Learn organizing from a woman who had a system for everything. This sweet memoir of easy to read stories will show how to make organizing a lifestyle choice.



It is essential for the reader to know one of the most important facts about organizing: It is a learned skill. It is not a talent that you are born with; it can be learned at any time in your life. You can be disorganized for forty years and then learn how to be organized.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780997626872
Publisher: Susan Lovallo
Publication date: 03/01/2018
Pages: 112
Sales rank: 914,573
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.30(d)

About the Author

Susan Lovallo is a Certified Public Accountant, Certified Professional Organizer, speaker, and the owner of Clutter Solutions, LLC. She is a long-standing member of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO), the National Speakers Association (NSA) and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). She works with clients to organize homes, offices, time and finances.

Table of Contents

Dedication . . . 9

Acknowledgments . . . 11

Foreword by Lisa Lelas . . . 17

In the Beginning There Was Organizing . . . 21

1. It All Starts With Making the Bed . . . 23

2. The Ladies in the Big Pink House . . . 27

3. My Grandmother’s Refrigerator . . . 33

4. The Puppy Skirt . . . . 37

5. The Rule of One . . . 43

6. The Organized Lasagna . . . 47

7. Junka Juwan . . . 51

8. The Many Types of Paperwork . . . 55

9. Being a Good Thow-er-out-er and What She Saved . . . 59

10. Let’s Not Forget Dad . . . 67

11. So, Just How Organized Was My Mother? . . . 71

12. Organizing Every Little Thing . . . 77

13. Going Too Far . . . 81

14. Things I Do That My Mother Did Not Have to Do . . . 85

15. My Mother’s Two Most Important Organizing Tools . . . 89

16. What She Left Behind . . . 95

Conclusion: Organizing Reflections . . . 101

About the Author . . . 107

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