Another good book on decluttering. Helps you see what kind of clutter you have your motives for hanging on to or not getting rid of it. Lots of helpful ideas, insights and ways to deal with the mess you've gotten yourself into.
It gives you real tools to deal with everything and look at your situation clearly. I liked it also because it also tells you solutions taking care of what you have left and keeping your house neat and tidy. I liked this book!
Dorothy H. reviewed Cut the Clutter and Stow the Stuff: The Q. U. I. C. K. Way to Bring Lasting Order to Household Chaos on + 9 more book reviews
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Good book. When I get time I want to start doing the actions it suggests in the few pages I read. The person I got it from liked it very much and said she followed the directions and her house is very much more organized. One of the suggestions of the book were to get rid of things she didn't need any more including the book.
I enjoyed reading this book because there were a lot of real-life examples of how people solved clutter problems. I liked the way it started with a quiz so you could see what type of clutterer you are, and then the rest of the book had some hints for everyone, and some hints for each type. There were also specific hints for specific rooms such as bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, etc. I did find some hints and ideas that I will try to use as I pare down the amount of stuff in my house. Its not a keep forever book because once you have learned the ideas there is no reason to reread it.