Book Description: You enter your home after a long day ready to just relax, but the first thing you see is a pile of clutter. Ugh.
Every time a pile of clutter catches your attention or gets in your way (or trips you or embarrasses you or angers you), you think to yourself, “I have to go through this…but not now, because I’m too fill-in-the-blank (tired, busy, etc.).” That intention is as far as the organizing actually gets, and the cycle just begins again.
Frustrating, isn’t it?
What if I told you that busting through the never ending sequence of procrastination and perpetual heaps of clutter was not only possible, but with the strategies in this book, almost painless?
I received this book as an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
I must say I am not one that typically reads these type of books, I am all about the fantasy and fiction books in general. However, I am glad that I got a chance to read this book! I will admit it I totally resonate with most of the reasons people procrastinate…and I admit it I am a procrastinator! The first step is admitting that right?!
This book was helpful. It would give you a problem that people have and then give you an example of how that really makes you procrastinate and then she would show you steps on how to go about it so that you actually get stuff done and don’t procrastinate. Her one thing that stuck with me is that you can’t do it all at once, that you just need to make a list and just do bits at a time. Do a few minutes a day and eventually it will get done. Easier said than done right? I mean I have told myself that all the time but yet I still procrastinate, and she even again explains more reasons why.
I totally felt the whole people think you need to buy things to get organized problem. I do I see some stuff and I am like hey I could use that to organize this and then nope never happens! But I am going to try and take her suggestions and work on not procrastinating, or at least as much 🙂 little steps at a time! You guys should definitely check out this book, it is good and it is a quick read and will get you pointing on the right direction.
Book Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars