Read a Book Day Is September 6, So Here Are 7 Good Reads Related to Home Organization (Read a Book Day)
National Read a Book Day is Monday, September 6th! Reading reduces stress levels and improves memory and concentration, too. So take part and curl up with a good book. Here are 7 good reads to inspire your home organization efforts.
1. Cozy Minimalist Home: More Style, Less Stuff
Myquillyn Smith penned this guide to help people create a home that is restful and purposeful. She teaches you how to carefully select what objects enter your home, so you’ll get big style that is uniquely yours with less stuff.
2. The Home Edit: A Guide to Organizing and Realizing Your House Goals
With a goal of making your home efficient and beautiful too, The Home Edit is full of detailed tips to help you organize each room. This is written by Clea Shearer and Joanna Templin, two pros with experience helping celebs get organized.
3. Simply Clean: The Proven Guide for Keeping Your Home Organized, Clean, and Beautiful in Just 10 Minutes a Day!
Popular blogger, “Clean Mama,” aka Becky Rapinchuck, takes the guesswork out of staying organized by offering a simple step-by-step guide and schedule. Grab it for your Read a Book Day!
4. The CHAOS Cure: Clean Your House and Calm Your Soul in 15 Minutes
Known as The FlyLady, Marla Cilley, has been teaching decluttering via the web for years. Her book offers useful advice and quick fixes to tame the clutter and keep a home looking good. It’s not only useful, but a fun read as well.
5. Never Too Busy to Cure Clutter: Simplify Your Life One Minute at a Time
Don’t know where to start? This book might be the one for you. Erin Rooney Doland offers room-by-room tips, making it easy to organize no matter how much or how little time you have.
6. Beyond Tidy: Declutter Your Mind and Discover the Magic of Organized Living
Using eight principles, you’ll learn how to organize and how organization impacts all areas of your life. Written by the founders of Organize Me! of NY, LLC, these pros help you get in a mindset to get organized and maintain it, too.
7. Declutter Workbook: A Step by Step Practical Guide to Organizing Your Life
This guide from Luigi Harbin teaches you how to organize your home, as well as other aspects of your life.
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