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Clutter Control: Putting Your Home on a Diet [PDF / EPUB] Clutter Control: Putting Your Home on a Diet Learn how to make the most of available space, set up practical anti clutter systems, organize hot spot storage and find storage space in places you never dreamed of Putting Your eBook ¸ Learn how to make the most of available space, set up practical anti clutter systems, organize hot spot storage and find storage space in places you never dreamed of.


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10 thoughts on “Clutter Control: Putting Your Home on a Diet

  1. says:

    First of all, it became clear I had to get a handle on clutter issues before I could really use his book Speed Cleaning That is how I found this book.Now Did I love this book because of how badly I needed it, or was it truly amazing in its own right Either way, I felt it gave me some effective ideas and tools for getting the STUFF of a homeunder control The happy thing is, now it is weeks later, and it seems to be working I should credit this to the ability this book has to change att First of all, it became clear I had to get a handle on clutter issues before I could really use his book Speed Cleaning That is how I found this book.Now Did I love this book because of how badly I needed it, or was it truly amazing in its own right Either way, I felt it gave me some effective ideas and tools for getting the STUFF of a homeunder control The happy thing is, now it is weeks later, and it seems to be working I should credit this to the ability this book has to change attitudes about the stuff we hold onto The book clearly dispels, and sometimes rather bluntly, all of the common arguments I might need this someday, they don t make it like this any, so and so gave this to me. Having used all of these arguments myself, I am so happily finding that it feels much, oh so much, better to just let it go.Almost immediately I put to use the tips on using your hot zone storage effectively I was storing our extra lightbulbs in a hot zone Right in the upstairs hallway AND they had a front row seat on that shelf But how often do we actually need to change a lightbulb I moved them to asensible location Just with that tip, things are feelingconsolidated,orderly, and I love that Yes, you can have a junk drawer, just not one in every room of your house.Part of the book is dedicated to the tools you can use to organize, specifically your drawers and cupboards My Container Store shopping list is almost all ready I have been amazed to find spaces in my home that I can useeffectively.And then there were the toiletry realizations I had oodles of mini shampoos and conditioners from hotel stays Why Also several regular sized bottles of the like, but only half full Why Using things up, and opening upspace has been eye opening I m a little embarrased to confess it Has anyone else saved things like this irrationally as I have I enjoyed the section on clutter as tangible procrastination My home could be used as the poster child for this phenomenon Now, I am doing better I deal with the mail right when it arrives, from the actual writing of the check to the filing away I strive to deal with the item in my hand, to make whatever decision about it at that very moment, and not clutter my home with temporary holding areas Holding areas clutter It goes where it goes, period Granted there are still places where I struggle, we are far from there , but at least now I feel like I have a bright shining light at the end of my cluttery tunnel o


  2. says:

    Own.I found the Jeff Campbell trilogy or can only fiction be a trilogy at the local used bookstore for 2 apiece His Speed Cleaning is the best how to cleaning book I ve read sorry, I don t like Aslett , and Clutter Control was good, as well It is mildly out of date, with sections on investing in a cordless phone and organizing VHS cassette tapes, but the underlying principles are sound.I ve read a lot of organizing housecleaning books now, and it s been awhile since I ve encountered a Own.I found the Jeff Campbell trilogy or can only fiction be a trilogy at the local used bookstore for 2 apiece His Speed Cleaning is the best how to cleaning book I ve read sorry, I don t like Aslett , and Clutter Control was good, as well It is mildly out of date, with sections on investing in a cordless phone and organizing VHS cassette tapes, but the underlying principles are sound.I ve read a lot of organizing housecleaning books now, and it s been awhile since I ve encountered a new idea I think there aren t any new ideas left for me only actually doing the few good ideas each book rephrases and packages differently Clutter Control includes all the basic decluttering and organizing principles that all the good books on the subject are about, but without any personal story or other superfluous packaging This is a to the point, no fluff encapsulation of the essentials, obviously written by a man It would be a good one to start with unless you want the female sob stories that most home organization books begin with This is no nonsense and no fluff, but not without humor


  3. says:

    My parents gave me this book when I expressed frustration at the clutter in my house I don t think they took too much of its advice to heart, but then, neither have I So every once in awhile, I break this book out and try to de clutter our house Honestly, I think moving does a better job of making me prioritize what s important and get rid of stuff that isn t But this is a short book, chock full of good advice, humor and interesting cartoon illustrations If you can t afford a house organize My parents gave me this book when I expressed frustration at the clutter in my house I don t think they took too much of its advice to heart, but then, neither have I So every once in awhile, I break this book out and try to de clutter our house Honestly, I think moving does a better job of making me prioritize what s important and get rid of stuff that isn t But this is a short book, chock full of good advice, humor and interesting cartoon illustrations If you can t afford a house organizer, than try this book


  4. says:

    Solid advice Humorously outdated at times, but still worth the short time it took to read.


  5. says:

    Some good organizing tips in this book to help you on the road to decluttering.


  6. says:

    Some good ideas but you can tell the book is from the 90 s I don t need to organize my phone books or video tapes.


  7. says:

    Way back in December, I decided it was time for some big changes to happen, including de cluttering my home This book seemed to be the perfect guide to get my on my way Of course, I checked it from the library, because I didn t want to you guessed it add to my clutter.Most of the big concepts are distilled on the web gathering boxes and labeling them appropriately, asking yourself hard questions about each item you own, accepting that you have autonomy over an item that was given as a presen Way back in December, I decided it was time for some big changes to happen, including de cluttering my home This book seemed to be the perfect guide to get my on my way Of course, I checked it from the library, because I didn t want to you guessed it add to my clutter.Most of the big concepts are distilled on the web gathering boxes and labeling them appropriately, asking yourself hard questions about each item you own, accepting that you have autonomy over an item that was given as a present, etc What extras this book offers are a chapter about the psychology of clutter, which was not as fascinating nor interesting as I expected and a lot of pretty specific ideas about how to organize your filing cabinet, what cleaning products to keep on hand, etc.After having read the whole book, I know that there were only a couple of chapters that were valuable to me, but it was a short and easy read, so I didn t mind reading the entire thing to find that out


  8. says:

    low 3sa somewhat dated but fairly comprehensive manual on home organization clearly DVDs, CDs, and digital filing systems hadn t been invented yet, so large segments of home office and living room organization are dated and the author is pretty big on selling his own cleaning supplies, so frequent entreaties to buy his stuff were distracting and annoying.even so, his understanding of the psychology behind clutter, hoarding, and, on the other hand, clean freaks, seems fairly balanced and compas low 3sa somewhat dated but fairly comprehensive manual on home organization clearly DVDs, CDs, and digital filing systems hadn t been invented yet, so large segments of home office and living room organization are dated and the author is pretty big on selling his own cleaning supplies, so frequent entreaties to buy his stuff were distracting and annoying.even so, his understanding of the psychology behind clutter, hoarding, and, on the other hand, clean freaks, seems fairly balanced and compassionate.this read fed my organizing fancy, but it s not amazing enough to have inspired me to, say, clean a closet


  9. says:

    I thought the beginning chapters on the psychological reasons for clutter were the most interesting The actual how to control clutter was, to me, common sense, but a good reminder of what I should be taking the effort to do.


  10. says:

    Nothing new here, but if you do not have anything on the subject, lays out the basics well.


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