Negative self-image. Fantasy-induced overspending. Marital tension. A new kind of airbrushed concoction is wreaking havoc on homes and psyches, and Sarah Welch and Alicia Rockmore have a name for it: org porn. Itas in magazines, coffee table books, advertisements, and TV shows, promoting a perfect a and entirely imaginary a world in which everything is always pristine, serene, and flawlessly organized.Pretty Neatis a handbook that embraces the chaotic reality that lies beneath org pornas glossy veneer, offering pithy anecdotes and candid advice from experts and real women alike on tackling organizational inertia. Funny, irreverent, entertaining, and helpful, the book covers all facets of clutter-control, from tried-and-true tips for conquering to-do lists and wrangling family schedules to ideas on excavating inboxes, eliminating excuses, and delegating housework. Most importantly, Pretty Neatinsists that women need to stop holding themselves to impossibly high standards, and focus instead on defining their own, realistic organizational goals. Full of engaging examples from everyday women, Pretty Neatoffers readers unorthodox, surprisingly simple methods to reduce their org pornafueled stress, insisting that perfection is impossible a and unnecessary a in this messy, unpredictable world called real life.1. unsubscribe. most advertisements and newsletters come with an unsubscribe button at the bottom of the email. ... Setting up filters is a great way to curb spam. if your work email is being spammed, let your technology staff know so they can update ... private, do that; but if not, look elsewhere or suffer the spam-filled consequences. email that I might need eventually. ... Retail Ideas blog, keeps her eye on the ball by using some simple but effective Gmail functionality-filters and labels.
|Author||:||Alicia Rockmore, Sarah Welch|
|Publisher||:||Seal Press - 2010-10-26|