About the Book
Have you been meaning to clear out those clothes in your closet but keep putting it off? Has your living room become more of a storage room? Do you feel too busy to get more organized? In Never Too Busy to Cure Clutter, you’ll find practical advice and small projects you can complete on your schedule to help you achieve a cleaner, more organized, and less cluttered home. Being organized allows you to make space in your home and life for what really matters to YOU. Dealing with a trouble room or area? Open the book to its corresponding chapter and quickly find checklists and tasks you can accomplish whether you have 30 seconds, 1 minute, 5 minutes, 15 minutes, or (when the mood strikes you) a weekend to devote to a major project like Extreme Refrigerator Makeover, Laundry Bankruptcy, or The Table of No Return. Also included in the text are fun quizzes to help you determine your organizing style, and motivation from people who are pros at solving clutter problems. Erin will even walk readers through establishing maintenance routines that will save you time with household chores. With more than 365 tips and weekend projects to help you accomplish your cleaning, organizing, and uncluttering goals, Never Too Busy to Cure Clutter is a loyal resource, as well as a workbook, that you can rely upon for straightforward, inspiring advice and tips that you can return to time and time again. Yes, you’re busy, but you’re never too busy to cure clutter.
About the Author
Erin Rooney Doland is the Editor-in-Chief of Unclutterer.com, a website providing daily articles on home and office organization. She is the author of Unclutter Your Life in One Week (Gallery Books, 2009). Erin has appeared in publications including Better Homes and Gardens, Family Circle, Real Simple, Woman’s Day, Martha Stewart Living, the New York Times, Wired, the Washington Post, O: The Oprah Magazine, House Beautiful, USA Today, USA Weekend, Parade, Women’s Health, and many others. She has been a guest on The Rachel Ray Show, WGN Midday News, and Martha Stewart Living Radio. She lives in Reston, Virginia.