Reviews of Organizing Books

Since I have cut back on my TV time and a little bit of my computer time, I have carved out more reading time, which I’m enjoying. And though I used to be a big fiction reader, I have a hard time pulling myself away from life improvement books these days.

I thought this might be a good place to share my opinion on the organizing books I’ve read.

"It’s All Too Much" by Peter Walsh

I thought I was a pretty well organized person, but after reading this book, I was inspired to do a lot more decluttering. This book focuses mostly on decluttering and learning to let go of all the stuff we’ve collected during our lifetime. And honestly, without some serious decluttering, you will have a hard time getting organized. Peter talks about all the excuses we have to hold on to things and how to let them go if they do not serve us and the way we choose to live our lives. He helps us to look forward to what we want our homes and lives to be like and with that focus, make the hard decisions to toss that which doesn’t coincide. This is a quick read and really gets to the heart of clutter and how to sort it out and let it go. Who couldn’t use a little support in learning how to let certain things go that we thought for sure we needed? I know I do.

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