I Want To Be Organized
How much time would you save if you didn't have to spend it looking for mislaid car keys? Your umbrella? The school permission slip you were meant to have signed? How much simpler and less stressful could life be, if you were only a little more organized?
Busy people with busy lives have enough on their plates without being disorganized. Often, just a few simple steps can help turn the most dysfunctional and chaotic among us into the serenely organized - someone who never runs out of milk, misses their grandmother's birthday, loses the dry cleaning slip, or leaves a child on the bus. And, in turn, reduce our stress levels overnight.
Designed to help us identify and work with our organizational type, while also taking a look at what keeps us from being organized, this book is full of practical solutions, tips, and inspiration to help eliminate clutter, chaos, and stress, and save both time and money.
Harriet Griffey is a journalist and writer who writes extensively for publications across the globe. She has published sixteen books, her most recent being two in this series: I Want to Sleep and I Want to Be Calm.