Outwitting Clutter : 101 Truly Ingenious Space-saving Tips and Ideas to Make Any House or Apartment More Livable
From the moment we're born we accumulate stuff. Over time this stuff turns into clutter, and instead of enjoying our possessions, our stuff becomes a burden. Clutter also gives us less space to roam in. What was once a spacious apartment or house becomes a disorganized mess that's simply no fun to be in -- and presents dangers for barefooters.Written in a compelling and amusing style, "Outwitting Clutter" author Bill Adler shows readers how to regain control in their lives by decluttering. "Outwitting Clutter" is not simply a guide to throwing stuff away. Rather, this is a book that teaches readers how to organize their lives by organizing their stuff.The chapters in "Outwitting Clutter" will cover: -- How technology makes more clutter and how to get rid of digital clutter-- Dealing with broken stuff-- Imposing a time limit on underused clutter-- Is it sentimental, or is it clutter?-- Preventing clutter-- Outwitting clutter and parenting, or How to outwit clutter without giving away your children-- Yard clutter/tool clutter/equipment clutter-- Clutter in your desk and home office-- Outwitting clutter, room by room-- How to solve traveling clutter in wallets, purses, cars, etc.-- When it's okay to throw clutter away-- Financial clutter and what you have to keep and what you don't-- How to prevent clutter in the first place-- And much, much moreWhether you seek to organize your office, or your life, "Outwitting Clutter" will save you time, space, money, and ultimately, your sanity!
- Paperback | 253 pages
- 139.7 x 200.66 x 17.78mm | 362.87g
- 01 Jul 2002
- ROWMAN & LITTLEFIELD
- The Lyons Press
- Guilford, United States