Banish the mess at home, finally With “Good Housekeeping’s “unique room-by-room, zone-by-zone, clutter-busting guide, you can win the fight against clutter–not only for a day or a week but once and for all. Features the “Good Housekeeping” seal on the cover.
You’ve spent 20 minutes looking for the remote, looked high and low for your favorite sweater, and missed paying a bill on time because it was stuffed in the junk drawer. But no more On the heels of the wildly successful “Good Housekeeping The Complete Household Handbook,” this illustrated reference–with a hidden spiral and tabs for easy access to each subject–addresses one of our most pressing predicaments: getting rid of home clutter forever.
You’ll find invaluable advice on making real changes–some simple, other more complex–that transform the way you use space so clutter never happens in the first place. This household guide is cleverly organized by room, and each room is broken down into well-defined zones. Each zone features a clock icon showing roughly how long each one will take to de-clutter, and “Keeping Up” sections at the end of each chapter help you make sure that everything stays in its place. Tackle every zone in each room–one zone at a time–and you’ll get your entire home organized–even if you devote less than a few minutes a day.
No home should be without it
Author: C. J. Petersen
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