The anti-perfectionist's guide to getting – and staying – organised.
This is not a book that tells you to throw everything out and live austerely. You don't need a sock drawer that brings you joy or a kitchen from a design magazine; what you do need is to be organised enough to feel in control and serene. Organised Enough offers a ground-breaking, science-driven method for maintaining organisation: it addresses not just the steps of decluttering but also of developing the habits to stay clutter-free. Amanda Sullivan shares the method that has brought great success to her clients – from celebrities to hoarders. With seven concepts to help you define your goals and seven essential habits to keep chaos and clutter at bay, you will learn to reframe how you think about your space, your stuff, and your life.
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February 27, 2017
William Heinemann Australia
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If you want to get organised, FLOW is the most important concept to know. You must think of your home as a living thing: things come in, things go out. A room shouldn’t have stagnancy or blockages any more than your arteries or intestines should. We want motion. FLOW is also an acronym for the basic organisational strategy that you can use to tackle any area, room, or issue: