Knack Organizing Your Home

Decluttering Solutions and Storage Ideas

Book Description

Knack Organizing Your Home was named Best Organizing Book at the 2009 Organizing Awards, sponsored by NAPO-LA, the Los Angeles chapter of the National Association of Professional Organizers

Before you lose another document or misplace a favorite item, take heart with Knack Organizing Your Home, a one-stop guide to putting your home in order. Get organized one small step at a time, clear the clutter and deal more efficiently with everything from clothes and towels to tools and bills. This handy book provides step-by-step instructions along with ideas for creating long-lasting systems. Its 475 color photos illustrate great ways to store your belongings.

Organizing ideas are resented room by room, from kitchen and bathroom to bedrooms, children's spaces, and the home office, as well as the attic, basement, and garage. The book also includes ideas specific to small homes and apartments, and an extensive resource guide to products and Web sources.

Key features of Knack Organizing Your Home

  • Covers every room in the house plus outdoor spaces, pet gear, and more
  • Step-by-step instructions for getting rid of clutter
  • Ideas for small homes and apartments
  • Includes a year-round schedule of good home-organizing habits

Get the Knack!

  • Visually organized format makes information easier-than-ever to find
  • 475 color photos to simplify the techniques
  • Big book, layflat binding, clear instructions
  • Big Resource chapter with useful websites

About Wilska, Emily

Emily Wilska is the owner of The Organized Life (www.organizedlife.org), a San Francisco-based professional organizing company serving business and residential clients. In addition to her direct work with clients, Emily regularly speaks and writes about organization and is the co-creator and co-teacher of the Essentials series of classes for professional organizers. Emily is active in the San Francisco Bay Area chapter of NAPO (National Association of Professional Organizers and is the Editor of the Chronical, the newsletter of the NSGCD (National Study Group on Chronic Disorganization).