A completely revised and expanded edition of the New York Times bestselling guide to putting things in order Getting organized is a skill that anyone can learn, and there's no better teacher than America's organizing queen, Julie Morgenstern, as hundreds of thousands of readers have learned. Drawing on her years of experience as a professional organizer, Morgenstern outlines a simple organizing plan that starts with understanding your individual goals, natural habits, and psychological needs, so that you can work with your priorities and personality rather than against them. The basic steps-Analyze, Strategize, Attack-can be applied to any space or situation. In this thoroughly revised edition, Morgenstern has incorporated new information in response to feedback from her clients and audiences. These changes include - new chapters on living or working with someone who is disorganized - new chapters on organizing photographs, handbags, briefcases, and travel bags - an expanded program for organizing your kitchen - a new guide to getting started - a fully updated resource guideIn choosing your calendar format, consider whether you want to view your schedule in a linear, vertical, or horizontal manner, or whether you want ... You might need two formats, a monthly one for the Big Picture, a daily or weekly for a close-up snapshot. ... a dozen or more phone calls to make, and six action items per day probably needs a two-pageper-day format, while a person with the same numberanbsp;...
|Title||:||Organizing from the Inside Out, second edition|
|Publisher||:||Macmillan - 2004-09-01|