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Organize for a Fresh Start will teach readers step-by-step how to reorganize so they can hold on to what they need, let go of what they don’t, and welcome new things that will help them in the next chapters of their lives.
Readers will learn how to reevaluate the function of each room in their homes and reorganize their houses for their current life circumstances. Through tips, checklists, questions and exercises, readers work through the process of managing the new activities and systems in their lives in order to more easily settle into a “new normal.”
Believe it or not, it IS possible to get your home back in shape.
Home organization is one of the many things people put off day after day, sure your home may look clean but is it really? Cluttered drawers, stuffed closets and littered basements are lurking in your home even if you don’t always see them.
It’s time to clean up and you can start with the tips and ideas in this book. Ideas such as rearranging your furniture, cleaning up junk mail, organizing and displaying your photos, making your closet accessible again and much, much more. With over 40 ideas and tips to help you de-clutter your home, this book is what will make your home organization efforts work.
The Minimal LIST, written by Madison Bradford is a step by step guide to applying the principles of minimalism to every aspect of your life. This book will walk you through the process of streamlining your home, kitchen, attic, wardrobe, workspace and more. As each step is completed you will begin to feel freedom from stress and excess. At the end of each chapter is a checklist that you can use as you go through each set of tasks.
Madison Bradford has helped hundreds of people experience the liberation that goes along with living a minimalist lifestyle. His first book, Moneymalism is a 2011 Amazon Kindle best seller in the money management category. The Minimal LIST is sure to follow in it’s footsteps.
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