Book Review of The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning
Decluttering at the Speed of Life: Winning Your Never-Ending Battle with Stuff by Dana K White, 2018 This is a book that is more a personal account of accumulating rather than just a book on de-cluttering. It’s not a book on organizing per se, it’s a reflection on why we accumulate. Dana has lists of…
The Clutter Connection: How Your Personality Type Determines Why You Organize the Way You Do: (Clutterbug Book) by Cassandra Aarssen. 2019 This book was an interesting read. Cassandra Aarseen asserts that everyone has a personality type that determines the way in which we organize. Visual/Hidden Organization Detail or Big Picture Systems Cas states that there…
The book focused on examining how we work and evaluating the tasks and items we surround ourselves with to see if they spark joy.
There were five ideas from Joy at Work that provided me with AHA moments. Some were obvious and are covered in many organizing books but a few were new. It’s making me reflect and think about work differently.
It’s true. It’s sad. We all die. Have you made a plan to ensure that your loved ones are able to easily wrap up your estate and give you the final send off you want?
De-Cluttering – Why do we save things? Hint: it’s all about emotion! If I could sum it up in one word why we save things I would use the word “Emotion”. Emotions, both positive and negative, can impact our lives. As a result, we save and hang on to things for both positive and negative…
Is your clutter holding you back?
Why do we have such problems with organization these days? Why do we hoard or collect things? Join me to explore the reasons why we save things.
A functional entryway will ensure you are more organized