In “Organized Enough: The Anti-Perfectionist’s Guide to Getting – and Staying – Organized” (Da Capo, $16.99), Amanda Sullivan shares an organizing plan that uses a space-driven, step-by-step approach that takes into account the hectic pace of modern life.
Sullivan identifies seven simple concepts that will change how you operate: 1/ Take inventory; 2/ Block out time; 3/ Do a last sweep; 4/ Set limits on stuff; 5/ Buy less, but better; 6/ Ten-minute maintenance; 7/ Cultivate consistency.
To go deeper on these concepts, you’ll need the book.
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