Happy New Year! What are your New Year’s resolutions? One goal that may be on your list for 2015 is to become more organized. Whether it’s your desk, home, or even your mind, we could all use a little de-cluttering from time to time.
The following books can be checked out from JMRL if you’re looking for ways to organize your life this year:
The Organized Mind: Thinking Straight in the Age of Information Overload by Daniel J. Levitin – Describes how the latest neuroscience research into attention and memory can be used to help organize the increasing flow of available information and provide a sense of control in making decisions and managing the demands of home and work life.
1001 Ideas for Kitchen Organization by Joseph R. Provey – Provides advice on creating storage space and decluttering a kitchen, with information on cabinets, countertops, refrigerators and freezers, trash and recyclables, and offices and message centers.
Secrets of an Organized Mom by Barbara Reich – A guide to streamlining home clutter and improving overscheduled lifestyles shares strategies based on simplicity and consistency, providing room-by-room recommendations for organizing and maintaining every area of the home.
Mission: Organization by Home & Garden Television – Shows how to bring order to the chaos of real living spaces, with achievable, money-saving strategies for kitchens, bedrooms, baths, basements, garages, and more.
Organized Simplicity: A Clutter-Free Approach to Intentional Living by Tsh Oxenreider – Presents advice on simplifying different aspects of daily life in order to devote more time to high priority goals.