Is This You?

Terri Leslie Adults

Does this look familiar? One of the top resolutions people make every year is to de-clutter and get organized. These books can help, providing step-by-step instructions and creative strategies.

 

The Complete Book of Home Organization by Toni Hammersley

Hammersley provides innovative storage ideas and cleaning tips to help you effectively and attractively organize your home. She shows you how to purge, sort, and store using systems that will improve and revitalize any living space.

 

Creative Ideas to Organize Your Home: 50 step-by-step projects by Linda Peterson

Create special storage containers for all your crafting supplies, and handy binders for household papers, magazine racks, and general storage. Wherever you need small-scale storage solutions—from the kitchen to the bathroom, the bedroom to the study—you will find a stylish, crafty solution in this book.

 

Mission: Organization: Strategies and Solutions to Clear Your Clutter by Meredith Books

Trusted pros show how to bring order to the chaos of real living spaces with achievable, money-saving strategies for kitchens, bedrooms, baths, basements, garages, and more.

Covers the three steps everyone should follow when clearing the clutter, along with specific tips for different areas of the home.

 

Better Homes and Gardens: Organize Your Home

A guide to organizing every room in the home, with: clutter-busting strategies, room-by-room solutions, ideas for small spaces, quick, thrifty projects, real-life examples, and shopping tips.

 

The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo

This best-selling guide to decluttering your home from Japanese cleaning consultant Marie Kondo takes readers step-by-step through her revolutionary KonMari Method for simplifying, organizing, and storing.

 

Organized Simplicity: A Clutter-Free Approach to Intentional Living by Tsh Oxenreider

The first half of the book delves into the “why” behind realistic simple living, giving the reader a nail to then hang the how of living simply discussed in the second half.  And by redefining the too often-used phrase “simple living,” a busy home manager living in the real world can then make practical changes that work for the whole family.