Sunday, October 18, 2009
Top 5 Organizing Books
1. Totally Organized by Bonnie McCullough
This is the best book for beginning to design household systems. McCullough gives practical advice for how to organize your housework, home spaces, and your kids.
Bonus! Confessions of An Organized Homemaker - The Secrets of Uncluttering Your Home and Taking Care of Your Life by Deniece Schofield
Organizing your home systems and busting clutter.
2. The Procrastinator's Handbook by Rita Emmett
Why? Because your systems won't work if you procrastinate in designing and implementing them! Emmett explains why we put off the decisions we need to make to get rid of clutter and start getting organized.
3. How to Get Organized When You Don't Have the Time - by Stephanie Culp
An excellent resource on time and schedule management.
4. Organized to Be Your Best by Susan Silver
Actually geared more toward workplace organization. Good organization in the workplace will transfer to the home, and vice versa. Silver teaches time management and goal setting, and paper and electronic file management, among other things.
5. Ready, Set, Organize! A Workbook for the Organizationally Challenged by Pipi Campbell Peterson
A comprehensive resource concentrating on time management, storage, and home office and records organization.