Books for Get Organized Month

Life (and your closet) can get cluttered and messy. Check out these books for ideas on how to simplify and arrange your life and your stuff for Get Organized Month.

Updated January 11, 2024
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Beautifully organized at work : bring order and joy to your work life so you can stay calm, relieve stress, and get more done each day
Boyd, Nikki
Bring peace and joy into your workspace as you learn how to declutter your office and create a stress-free work environment. Clutter and mess can distract you, stress you out, and get in the way of efficiently getting work done. That's why Beautifully Organized at Work was...
Get it together : organize your records so your family won't have to
Cullen, Melanie
Everyone has important paperwork — but not everyone is prepared to find it. Whether readers need to organize records for themselves or their survivors, Get It Together shows them how. Designed for ease of use by both readers and their survivors, Get It Together helps them track down:...
Organized living : solutions and inspiration for your home
Gill, Shira
Kickstart your organized life with this inspiring visual guide from the author of Minimalista. "A fresh, global, and beautifully diverse perspective on calming the clutter."--Kelli Lamb, author of Home with Rue and editorial director of Rue ...
Fridge love : organize your refrigerator for a healthier, happier life--with 100 recipes
Hong, Kristen
A one-of-a-kind guide to organizing your fridge--including practical tips for meal prep and storage, plus more than 100 recipes--that makes it easier to eat better, save money, and get the most out of your food Practicing "fridge love" is a roadmap to...
Total survival : how to organize your life, home, vehicle, and family for natural disasters, civil unrest, financial meltdowns, medical epidemics, and political upheaval
Jones, James C.
Knowing that no survival book can cover every conceivable aspect of surviving in every conceivable situation, in Total Survival, veteran survivalist James C. Jones delivers tips that cover the most likely needs of readers and for which there is useful and practical instruction. His goal is to...
Marie Kondo's kurashi at home : how to organize your space and achieve your ideal life
Kondō, Marie
Transform your home into a haven of calm and achieve your ideal lifestyle with this inspirational visual guide featuring more than 100 photographs, from the Netflix star and #1 bestselling author of The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up.   "Encouraging readers to...
One year to an organized life : a week-by-week mindful guide to getting organized for good
Leeds, Regina
From the professional named "Best Organizer in Los Angeles," a comprehensive, week-by-week bible to completely streamline all aspects of your life-from your closets to your finances. Who would you be if you felt at peace and had more time and money? An organized life enables you...
Outer order, inner calm : declutter & organize to make more room for happiness
Rubin, Gretchen
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER * In this lovely, easy-to-use illustrated guide to decluttering, the beloved author of The Happiness Project shows us how to take control of our stuff--and, by extension, our lives.   Gretchen Rubin knows...
In case you get hit by a bus : how to organize your life now for when you're not around later
Schneiderman, Abby
A step-by-step program for getting your life in order, so you're prepared for the unexpected.   The odds of getting hit by a bus are 495,000 to 1. But the odds that you're going to die some day? Exactly.    Even the most...
The home edit: stay organized : the ultimate guide to making systems stick
Shearer, Clea
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER * From the authors of The Home Edit and The Home Edit Life and hosts of the Netflix series Get Organized with The Home Edit, comes a guide to the most important phase of getting organized: staying that way. It's one thing to...
The clutter remedy : a guide to getting organized for those who love their stuff
Stone, Marla
The Way to a Perpetually Organized Lifestyle There are many valid approaches to creating neat and tidy spaces, but these approaches tend to fail over time because they suggest that we dispose of our stuff, and most of us love our stuff! Marla Stone's fresh and friendly approach, based...

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