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The parent's guide to uncluttering your home : how to organize what you need and recycle what you don't.

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  • ISBN: 9781601387547 (electronic bk.)
  • ISBN: 1601387547 (electronic bk.)
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource
  • Publisher: [United States] : Atlantic Publishing Group Inc. : 2011.

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Summary, etc.:
A cluttered home can be a nightmare. It makes your things hard to find, it creates stress in your family, and it can even cause injuries. But, it doesn't have to remain that way. Through hours of careful research and personal experience, this book was compiled to show even the most vociferous of packrats how to start sorting through their possessions and putting aside everything that just doesn't need to be in the way anymore. You will learn how to stop and assess your situation, why does it happen at all, and what does it cost you to have such a mess in your home. You will learn how to start changing your fundamental way of living to reduce clutter and how to recognize your accomplishments in keeping a clean house. You will learn how to lighten your loads by throwing away what you really don't need, donating what others can use, and knowing how to make a little extra money by cleaning things up a bit. You will learn the basics of effective storage and how to organize your things. You will learn how to recognize clutter zones and renovate them. Organization experts were interviewed and their expertise has been compiled here to provide you with details on how to simplify your. You will learn how to ensure clutter never comes back by following a daily schedule. Regardless of how severe your clutter problem is, this book will help you to recognize and start dealing with it right away.
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Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Subject: Storage in the home.
House cleaning.
Parents > Life skills guides.
Genre: Electronic books.

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