Here’s the secret to finding the best organization and decluttering books.
Yesterday I mentioned that reading a good book for at least fifteen minutes at a time is a good way to train your brain to be less distracted. Reading books can help you build the ability to focus. Bookworms cheered from coast to coast. But where do you go to find well-written, helpful books on organizing your home and life?
My wonderful professional colleagues, both from the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals and The Photo Managers, have written the best books on organizing, and I’ve compiled a handy list for you. You’ll find general organizing guides, specific topics, and even some novels and memoirs in the mix. I have read many of them and know you’ll enjoy having easy access to them.
Please visit this new resource I’ve created so you can find the best organization and decluttering books. Click the image.
Why would I highlight books from my “competitors?” Simple. I want you to get the help you need, even if it’s not from me. Our NAPO and TPM professional communities include experts on many different topics. I hope you’ll find just the right solution here for your organizing challenge.
Want to sample a book? You can do that via Kindle. If you aren’t sure how to get started with the Kindle app on your phone or computer, I have a guide for that here.
Check out the best organization and decluttering books…by real organizing pros. I haven’t read them all yet, so I hope you’ll let me know which ones you really enjoy.