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Idiot's Guides Organizing Your Life

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Today's society is not only fast-paced, it has become increasingly complex. Today, as never before, it's crucial to find ways to increase productivity and simplify, and the best way to stay sane is to get organized.
Using dozens of beautiful, four-color photos, this book presents a variety of ideas and steps necessary for organizing every room, closet, drawer, basement, garage, and shed in one's house. Moreover, it also presents ideas for organizing one's office and data as well. Also included:
- The "green" aspects of organizing, getting things organized in the electronic age, and loads of new products that help people organize.
- Up-to-date information, including new resources, for people with clutter disorders.


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Publisher: DK Publishing

Kindle Book

  • Release date: December 2, 2014

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9781615646494
  • Release date: December 2, 2014

PDF ebook

  • ISBN: 9781615646500
  • File size: 48422 KB
  • Release date: December 2, 2014

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Kindle Book
OverDrive Read
PDF ebook
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Languages

English

Today's society is not only fast-paced, it has become increasingly complex. Today, as never before, it's crucial to find ways to increase productivity and simplify, and the best way to stay sane is to get organized.
Using dozens of beautiful, four-color photos, this book presents a variety of ideas and steps necessary for organizing every room, closet, drawer, basement, garage, and shed in one's house. Moreover, it also presents ideas for organizing one's office and data as well. Also included:
- The "green" aspects of organizing, getting things organized in the electronic age, and loads of new products that help people organize.
- Up-to-date information, including new resources, for people with clutter disorders.


Expand title description text