Clutter's Last Stand. Cincinnati: Writer's Digest, 1984. ——. Not for Packrats Only: How to Clean Up, Clean Out, and Live Clutter-Free Forever.
Author: Cindy Glovinsky
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
A guide to understanding why your possessions keep overwhelming you and what to do about it, written by a professional organizer and psychotherapist. Do you spend much of your time struggling against the growing ranks of papers, books, clothes, housewares, mementos, and other possessions that seem to multiply when you're not looking? Do these inanimate objects, the hallmarks of busy modern life, conspire to fill up every inch of your space, no matter how hard you try to get rid of some of them and organize the rest? Do you feel frustrated, thwarted, and powerless in the face of this ever-renewing mountain of stuff? Help is on the way. Cindy Glovinsky, practicing psychotherapist and personal organizer, is uniquely qualified to explain this nagging, even debilitating problem -- and to provide solutions that really work. Writing in a supportive, nonjudmental tone, Glovinsky uses humorous examples, questionnaires, and exercises to shed light on the real reasons why we feel so overwhelmed by papers and possessions and offers individualized suggestions tailored to specific organizing problems. Whether you're drowning in clutter or just looking for a new way to deal with the perennial challenge of organizing and managing material things, this fresh and reassuring approach is sure to help. Making Peace with the Things in Your Life will help you cut down on your clutter and cut down on your stress!
Clutter's Last Stand. Cincinnati, OH: Writers Digest, 1984. Bouknight, Joanne Keller and John Loecke. Home Organizing Idea Book. Newtown, CT: The Taunton ...
Author: Marcia Ramsland
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Practical tips for organizing the spaces in your home help meet the needs for order in life. Would you like to clear out some of the clutter in your home? Do you ever wonder where all this stuff has come from feeling like things have maybe gotten a bit out of control? Join Marcia Ramsland, the organizing pro, as she leads you in a room-by-room approach to simplifying your home and office. Simplifying your space is the process of organizing your belongings and letting go of the excess until your surroundings are peaceful and in order. Using the CALM approach; C=Create a Plan, A=Approach it by Sections, L=Lighten up and Let Go, and M=Manage it Simply; Marcia guides readers in creating a more stress-free life. Includes 52 space saving tips, checklists, helpful diagrams, and even decorating ideas!
Do those three items stand out? Are they special? ... She shared, “My father was killed, and this is the last thing he gave to me.
Author: June Saruwatari
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
Category: House & Home
You are already a masterpiece Have you ever wanted to know the secret to creating a life you love? How do you discern whats really standing in your way of becoming all you were born to be? In Behind the Clutter, June Saruwatari opens her home and her heart to reveal the transformative decluttering approach that has kept her in demand as a lifestyle, business & relationship coach, and professional organizer to investment bankers, attorneys, judges, artists, politicians, writers, rabbis, university professors, doctors, mothers, children, Hollywood producers, and celebrities. The key to your best life is to master the spaces of your body, mind, soul, and heart, and let go of the clutter within and without. In this part spiritual memoir, part self-help book, June vulnerably and relentlessly examines her own internal and external stuff through her unique fourfold lens of TruthLoveMeaningPurpose: TRUTH: What is the truth of my current situation? LOVE: Do I absolutely love this? MEANING: What is the meaning of this for me? PURPOSE: What purpose does this serve in my life? With fearlessness, vulnerability, and childlike enthusiasm, June digs deep to uncover the thoughts, feelings, memories, and beliefs that lay behind the clutter and shares effective strategies to identify both internal and external clutter, let it go, and create space for miracles. As you go behind the clutter with June as your guide, youll discover that you are your own best expert at designing your life, learn to apply your own TruthLoveMeaningPurpose to all the stuff of life, and uncover the masterpiece of yourself thats been there all along.,
'The sixties were clutter. ... were both isolatedand surrounded and yet seemed prepared to makeonelast stand byspitting in the face ofthe establishment.
Author: George Melly
Publisher: Faber & Faber
'The first serious attempt to analyse pop culture by someone who was part of it.' Julian Mitchell, Guardian The redoubtable George Melly (1926-2007): flamboyant jazz singer, sexually ambiguous raconteur, prodigiously gifted critic. In the early sixties, at the birth of what we now recognise as the pop revolution, Melly began work as a broadsheet journalist, commenting upon this new cultural phenomenon. Revolt into Style (1970) is his first-hand account of those turbulent and exciting years when all things creative - whether music, fashion, film, art or literature - were changed utterly. Central to the book are The Beatles - the epitome of the swinging sixties - who charted the decade's changes and about whose significance the Liverpudlian Melly had a special feel and insight. Alongside the Fab Four is a large cast of movers and shakers, of wannabes and taste-makers, all dissected by Melly's surgical mind.
Clutter's Last Stand. Cincinnati, Ohio: Writer's Digest Books, ... A ready reference guide with hundreds of solutions to your everyday clutter challenges.
Author: C. B. Davis
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
The market for self-improvement books may never be boring, but it is often littered with false hope. A better sex life? Lose weight in ten days by eating only Twinkies? Make more money than you’ve ever dreamed from the comfort of your couch? These are promises left unfulfilled because they do not address the core of the problems they try to solve: our society is destructively complex and dependent on consumerism. Fixing the problems of tomorrow (and yesterday) starts today. We have the ability to revitalize our health by saving our environment—cleaning the air and water, stabilizing the climate, refocusing our consumption with a plan for achieving sustainability. Finding out how to maintain our lives and relate to others are the first steps in making ourselves self-sufficient and peaceful. But we still have a very long way to go. What if, on the basis of one belief, we could start to rectify the larger problems of society? Solve global warming? Childhood obesity? Famine, drought, and poverty? What if one book could teach us how to gain more time, more energy, more money, more happiness, and better health? Sounds too good to be true? Simplicity is that cure-all, and The Simplicity Connection will teach us how to get back on a path of physical, emotional and mental well-being. This practical and comprehensive guide will help us rethink how we treat our bodies, our spirits, and our environment. It will show how even our smallest actions can lead to a simpler, better life. www.simplicityconnection.com Follow The Simplicity Connection on Facebook: www.facebook.com/SimpConnection Follow The Simplicity Connection on Twitter: www.twitter.com/SimpConnection
... all that messy clutter of the past and all that kitsch and false morality you ... the final orgy, the last stand of the so-called incarnate individual, ...
Author: Iris Murdoch
Publisher: Random House
It's the midsummer ball at Oxford, and a group of men and women - friends since university days - have gathered under the stars. Included in this group is David Crimond, a genius and fervent Marxist. Years earlier the friends had persuaded David to write a philosophical and political book on their behalf. But opinions and loyalties have changed, and on this summer evening the long-resting ghosts of the past come careering back into the present.
CLUTTER'S LAST STAND is one of my favorite books . . . I try to throw out/donate all kinds of stuff before I move. This allows me to move fewer boxes, ...
Author: Jamie Allen
Publisher: Hundreds of Heads Books, LLC
Category: House & Home
If you are one of the forty million Americans who will move this year, you know the task can seem overwhelming. Now, there's help. How to Survive A Move offers hundreds of helpful and entertaining stories on moving from the real “pros”— everyday people who have moved (many of them over a dozen times!) and survived to tell their stories. Unlike other moving books that give the opinion of one or two experts, How to Survive a Move includes words of wisdom from hundreds of people — both singles and families, nationwide — who have “been there, done that.” Millions of people have survived moving, and so can you!
clutter of evaluating her worth based on her ability to achieve the high ... She told me the last months of her pregnancy had been easy because I had helped ...
Author: Brooks Palmer
Publisher: New World Library
Category: House & Home
Piles of junk in garages and closets, overflowing papers on desks, items unused for years, masses of unanswered email, clothing never worn, useless gifts that collect dust; all these things, says Brooks Palmer, come weighted with shame and guilt and have a suffocating effect on spirit and soul. In this insightful book, Palmer shows how to get rid of the things in our lives that no longer serve us. By tossing out these unneeded items, we are also eliminating their negative influences, freeing up energy, and unlocking our potential. Loaded with inspiring anecdotes and practical tips, Clutter Busting is based on the premise that your things are not sacred, but you are. The book explores such fundamental topics as the false identities we assume through clutter, the fear of change those junk piles represent, the addictive nature of holding on to objects, how clearing clutter makes room for clarity and sweeps away confusion and stasis, and much more. With Brooks’s upbeat and compassionate guidance, you’ll find yourself clearing the way for new and exciting things to come into your life.
He didn't clutter Payne's mind with angles or positions or complicated sequences that felt to Payne like white noise. (“He had a swing like a Rolls-Royce,” ...
Author: Kevin Robbins
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: Sports & Recreation
From award-winning sports writer Kevin Robbins, discover the story of legendary golfer Payne Stewart, focusing on his last year in the PGA Tour in 1999, which tragically culminated in a fatal air disaster that transpired publicly on televisions across the country. Forever remembered as one of the most dramatic storylines in the history of golf, Payne Stewart's legendary career was bookended by a dramatic comeback and a shocking, tragic end. Here, Robbins brings Stewart's story vividly to life. Written off as a pompous showman past the prime of his career, Stewart emerged from a long slump in the unforgettable season of 1999 to capture the U.S. Open and play on the victorious U.S. Ryder Cup team. He appeared to be a new man that summer: wiser, deeper, and on the verge of a new level of greatness. Then his journey to redemption ended in October, when his chartered Learjet flew aimlessly for more than a thousand miles, ran out of fuel, and fell to earth in a prairie in South Dakota. His death marked the end of an era, one made up of "shotmakers" who played the game with artistry, guile, finesse, and heart. Behind them were Tiger Woods, David Duval, Phil Mickelson, and other young players whose power and strength changed the PGA Tour forever. With exclusive access to Stewart's friends, family, and onetime colleagues, Kevin Robbins provides a long-overdue portrait of one of golf's greats in one of golf's greatest seasons. Winner of the USGA Herbert Warren Wind Book Award
Help me to keep at the cleaning and clutter pickups so my home becomes my castle ... —DON ASLETT, Clutter's Last Stand nine The Fourth System: Power Through ...
Author: Marcia Ramsland
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Is it really possible to simplify your life? The answer is a resounding "yes," if you know the necessary steps to unclutter your life and lifestyle. Get the inside scoop from professional organizer Marcia Ramsland and begin to solve your life management issues like a pro. With fast-paced, step-by-step instructions, Marcia walks you through refreshing new ways to manage your daily schedule, your life at home and at work, and special seasons of your life such as parenting, the holidays, and transitions. Simplify Your Life reveals do-able tips and practical systems using Marcia's trademark "PuSH" Sequence?an acronym for Project, you (the key component), System, Habit?which not only gets you organized but help you stay that way. Tips include how to: Create the illusion of a clean home in just minutes each day Predict a pending time crunch . . . and sail through it Dissolve any paper pile by answering three key questions Power through projects you never get around to Learn how to put things back together when everything falls apart Offering practical solutions designed to change your life immediately, this simplified style of living gives you and your loved ones more time to do the things you really enjoy?starting today.
... alert as he studied the one-room apartment that had been Ollie's last stand. ... Shabby furniture and a clutter of dishes around the Pullman kitchen ...
Author: Pauline Baird Jones
Publisher: Pauline Baird Jones
Have questions about books by Pauline Baird Jones? This guide will answer a lot of them and perhaps some questions you didn’t know you had about my romantic suspence and mystery books. This reading guide was designed to: 1) Give readers a detailed resource to all of my mystery and romantic suspense books and their reading order. 2) Give interested readers information about my books, why I wrote them, and excerpts of those books. 3) Answers to common questions (such as who is Perilous Pauline) and insights into how I pick what to write next and hints about what might be coming. Grab a copy! You might find out something you didn’t know.
Clothes that you haven't worn for the last year or so may need to be given up. ... After the bed and the closet, few other things are left de-clutter.
Author: Old Natural Ways
Publisher: FASTLANE LLC
Category: House & Home
Your home is where you spend most of your time. It is a haven for you and your family, thus it is very important that you maintain some form of organization and cleanliness within it. This is crucial not only to avoid clutter from taking over your family room, but also to prevent some very common illnesses that are actually the result of having filthy surroundings
Author: Terah Kathryn CollinsPublish On: 1999-10-01
Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui, Karen Kingston. New York: Broadway Books, 1998. Clutter's Last Stand, Don Aslett. Cincinnati: Writer's Digest Books, ...
Author: Terah Kathryn Collins
Publisher: Hay House, Inc
Filled with photographs, stories, and many practical Feng Shui "tricks of the trade," this book is packed with ideas and tools that you can easily apply to your life to increase your prosperity and improve your health, creativity, and overall happiness. Terah covers every room in great detail—including your living room, dining room, bedrooms and bathrooms, home office, kitchen, family room, and storage areas. She also explores the attitudinal and spiritual work—the inner Feng Shui—that complements and strengthens your outer Feng Shui enhancements. Includes a 16-page insert of color photos to emphasize the author’s points.
What you stand to gain from this final visit to your parents' home is an opportunity to celebrate their lives and grow closer as a family.
Author: Julie Hall
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Category: Family & Relationships
* As heard on NPR's All Things Considered! Everyday hundreds of adult children become middle-aged orphans when their elderly parents pass away, leaving behind more than just memories. You’ve heard the horror stories: arguments over stuff, an inheritance lost forever when easily deceived parents are scammed, siblings estranged, an adult heir taken from daily responsibilities for months because of the enormous task of clearing out a childhood home. It doesn’t have to be that way. The Estate Lady, professional estate liquidator Julie Hall, knows what to do. Whether your parents are still living or you’re caught in the middle of a crisis, Inheriting Clutter: How to Calm the Chaos Your Parents Leave Behind has solutions. Hall provides trustworthy counsel on how to: Divide your parents’ estate with peace of mind Minimize fighting with siblings during the estate settlement process Clear out the family home in thirty days or less Identify potential items of value in the home Have “that conversation” with your parents Prepare your own children for the future The Estate Lady offers guidance for any executor, heir, or beneficiary, sharing some of her most fascinating stories as well as helpful checklists of the things that need to be done now and at the time of your loss. Inheriting Clutter gives you practical, effective steps for liquidating and distributing your parents’ assets in a way that both honors them and promotes family harmony for generations to come.