It is possible.
We can actually think and live clutter free.
It takes a bit of work. Ok it takes a lot of work but with the help of a book like Organize Now! Think and Live Clutter-Free it is possible. What I really liked about the book was it’s ability to take all the work that is necessary and break it down into bite like chunks. Really isn’t anything in life possible if we just take it a little at a time?
Over the past week I’ve made a few changes in our house. The most noticeable is my sleep organization. I’ve been firm in my schedule and have set aside more time to prepare to go to sleep. It hasn’t helped this pregnant woman stay asleep but it has made for a nicer evening/morning experience and I am pleased to say that I feel better knowing that sleep will take place in bed. I’m notoriously bad for napping on the couch before heading off to bed and since reading the tips on sleep, I’ve felt good about how my sleep is structured.
If you’re looking for a book that has simple, accessible tips to help you organize many parts of your life I say give this one a try. It’s been an interesting read and has caused me to stop and think about the way I do things. The winner of the free book was IamJudithMaria thanks to the generator at random.org. I will be in touch soon to get the book to you!
I was given a copy of Organize Now! Think and Live Clutter Free to read and review. The opinions expressed in the above post are my own and have not been influenced in any way by the organizers of the blog tour or the author of the book.