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by Melinda Schmidt,Sandra Felton

  • Author: Melinda Schmidt,Sandra Felton
  • ISBN: 1598592157
  • ISBN13: 978-1598592153
  • ePub: 1141 kb | FB2: 1750 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Home Improvement & Design
  • Publisher: Oasis Audio; Unabridged edition (April 13, 2007)
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 631
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Organizing For Life: Declutter Your Mind to Declutter Your World ePub download

Sandra Felton, The Organizer Lady™, is the founder of Messies Anonymous, a group established to help women organize their households. She is the bestselling author of several books, including Organizing Magic.

Sandra Felton, The Organizer Lady™, is the founder of Messies Anonymous, a group established to help women organize their households. Sandra Felton, The Organizer Lady™, is the founder of Messies Anonymous, a group established to help women organize their households. She lives in Miami, Florida.

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Sandra Felton not only understands my psychological makeup as a person who could not accomplish simple . com User, May 8, 2007.

Sandra Felton not only understands my psychological makeup as a person who could not accomplish simple housekeeping chores (yet I'm successful in all other areas of my life), but she also provided insights. Organizing For Life Declutter your mind to declutter your world By Sandra Felton As I sit here and write, there is a pile of clean laundry stacked about ten feet away form me on the living room floor, waiting to be folded and put away. It has been sitting there for almost a week now, and so it is probably so wrinkled I may have to iron some shirts.

Organizing for Life reveals the secrets of keeping your house neat, clean, and organized without spending every minute of your life working on it. Finally an audio book that goes beyond the how-tos of cleaning and looks right at the heart of messiness so permanent change can take place. Finally an audio book that goes beyond the how-tos of cleaning and looks right at the heart of messiness so permanent change can take place

Organizing for Life reveals the secrets of keeping your house neat, clean, and organized without spending every . has successfully been added to your shopping cart. This title is due for release on April 13, 2007.

ORGANIZING FOR LIFE Declutter Your Mind to Declutter Your World. The straightforward writing is made even more digestible by Melinda Schmidt’s clarity, steady optimism, and flawless understanding of every idea presented

ORGANIZING FOR LIFE Declutter Your Mind to Declutter Your World. by Sandra Felton Read by Melinda Schmidt. The straightforward writing is made even more digestible by Melinda Schmidt’s clarity, steady optimism, and flawless understanding of every idea presented. The innocence in her voice doesn’t diminish the power of the author’s ideas. A casual but informative interview with the author ends the program.

Organizing for Life helps readers understand why they seem to be inherently messy, exposing the lies they tell themselves and introducing the truth about how they really can have a clean, inviting home. No any convert or low quality! Download from icerbox. Life declutter mind world.

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Say good-bye to the stress of mess - for good!  You can find the order, beauty, and peace you desire - and deserve - in your home. Organizing for Life reveals the secrets of keeping your house neat, clean, and organized without spending every minute of your life working on it.  Finally an audio book that goes beyond the how-tos of cleaning and looks right at the heart of messiness so permanent change can take place.  You'll learn why things are out of control so you can get them back in order and keep them that way.  You'll uncover the mental and emotional roots of clutter - guilt, fear, rebellion, habit - so you can get rid of it.  Even the best cleaning methods are useless if you can't keep up and soon slip back into old habits.  Stop struggling.  You can overcome that old, unsuccessful mind-set and discover a new way of thinking that makes messiness a thing of the past.
Ahieones
I am a Sandra Felton fan. I have been for years. What sets her books apart from the other organizing books is the education you receive.

Sandra is a teacher, a researcher, a writer and a messie. She doesn't give you the proverbial fish so you can eat for the day, she instructs you and gives you insight into the heart and mind of a person who is struggling with clutter and disorganization. Her work is based on research from many areas of life so you can grow, change and live a full and healthy life!

This title has 2 parts. The first part deals with why we are messy. We can look at possible social, emotional, spiritual and physical reasons for the clutter and disorganization. After each chapter Sandra has questions to help us further evaluate our lives and what might need to be changed.

The 2nd part deals with ways we can over-come the problems we identified in the first half of the book. There are more questions to get us thinking and keep us motivated to change.

This book is really more than a book, it is a workbook too. Sandra's goal is not to just sell a book but to help people grow and change, to be the best they can be,in my mind the book should be listed under self improvement! ;-)

Another great feature of this book is that throughout the book and in the back she lists resources and support groups for getting further help or better understanding a problem.

As with most of Sandra's books, this is not a how to book or a follow me exactly and do exactly as I say and you will have a neat home book;there are no tips and tricks on how to store ketchup or toilet paper neatly.

These books are written to help you become you, to order you life your own way. And afterall who wants to do something just like everyone else? Especially if you are a creative messie like ME!
Doukasa
I've been working on a minimalist approach to life for years now. I don't believe in consumerism. I love a simple, straight forward approach to life, health and home. But inspire of all this, I have accumulated a lifetime of habits that have keep me in clutter. Primarily information and hobby related clutter. I can't seem to get enough information ie; books, articles, magazines, email,little pieces of paper with ideas on them or enough of wanting to create beautiful things in the way of arts and crafts.

I've known for years that this was a symptom of some deeper longing. I've felt I was close to understanding and healing this part of my life for the last year. But it was reading Sandra's book that really helped me get to the real heart of my clutter issues.

I've given this only four stars because I would have liked to have seen a simple plan ie; a daily plan and a 30 day strategy for recovering messies, but perhaps that is offered in another book. Having said that, there is a lot to digest here. I read straight through the Kindle edition last night and will be re-reading it again this time taking things in slowly and digesting the full truth about my clutter and the healing that comes with nurturing heart and home.
Cezel
I just got this book today and read it cover to cover -- never expected a book exploring why I'm so messy to be such a page turner! Seriously, this is an exceptional book. Not a Band-Aid but a guide to figuring out the complex emotional and psychological (and even chemical) reasons for disorganization and messy habits, and how to fix them. Felton feels the roots of messiness are in dysfunctional families as well as depression and ADD. "It is hard for Messies to know what to buy to improve the house," she writes. "They are so used to ignoring themselves that they are unaware of what they are getting along without." Reading this book feels like a weight off the heart. I've bought and borrowed so many books about organization but this is the last one I'll ever need. Instead of another cute binder or box or bookcase, I need acceptance of the root causes of this mess, and the stinking thinking that needs to be acknowledged before true change can happen. And the book actually makes me feel empowered to do something about it, for once. "Refuse to saddle yourself with all kinds of unnecessary junk because of fear," she writes. "You know that life is full of things for you; therefore you do not need to grasp every scrap to satisfy yourself."
Chuynopana
I picked this up hoping it would be different from the usual "How-to" books with anal retentive lists of tasks and 1000 ways to make household chores that much more complicated. And it was!

It's been such an eye-opener, and has helped me break through emotional blocks, and so many of my lifelong bad habits and misconceptions about neatness, messiness, etc. I had no idea how much of a perfectionist I was, and how THAT'S what was holding me back from being the organized, reasonably efficient person I was meant to be. That realization alone has touched and changed every aspect of my life for the better.

She's just very good at assessing the hows and whys of clutter, in a gentle, enlightening, and non-judgmental way. I can't recommend this book enough.
Vetitc
This book gives a lot of tips on decluttering, procrastination. I would recommend this book to anyone who needs help with organization, especially if you tend to procrastinate. I also prefer the audio version because by listening you learn more each time
Berkohi
Wish this book were a little more specific. It seem too broad and wasn't detailed enough to be helpful for me.
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