Don’t judge this book by the look of my home. I mean, I didn’t write the book. I live in what I call a state of “Organized Chaos.” Everything has a home, but homes are relative. Fabric may go in one of three bins, but that pile of fabric I am working with is in its own home.
While I have my way of organizing things, I still love to read books on organizing and cleaning. They remind me I’m not alone in the taming of clutter and belongings. Also, as someone who believes that a cluttered home equals a cluttered mind, books on cleaning and organizing motivate me to keep thinking clearly!
So, Kim Davidson Jones wrote a book that aims to help you declutter your space in seven weeks. Seems manageable. The Non-Nonsense Home Organization Plan breaks down the rules of organizing your home, and follows that will your step-by-step plan for organizing each room in your home.
What I like best about this book is that it gives you something to do each day, and it breaks those tasks down into how long it should take you. You’ll spend a week in each room, so you won’t feel overwhelmed either!
So, I have to tell you that I got this book for free from the publisher. I am not required to review it, but I did it anyway. Enjoy!