Decluttering For Dummies

 
 
Standards Information Network (Verlag)
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 14. Januar 2021
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  • 192 Seiten
 
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978-1-119-81028-5 (ISBN)
 
Eliminate those junk drawers and clear space in your closets with this practical guide

A cluttered home means a cluttered mind. Get yourself moving down the path to an orderly space with Decluttering For Dummies, Portable Edition. This friendly, step-by-step guide from organization guru Jane Stoller will have you decluttering your kitchen, living room, garage, and any other space where you have more chaos than order.

Discover how to create a plan and develop a new mindset to transform your home into the tidy space of your dreams! You'll learn how to:



Create a decluttering game plan
Declutter specific rooms, including your closet, bathroom, kitchen, and bedrooms
Make the move from paper to digital files
Get family members to join your decluttering quest

Whether you're well on your way to organizational bliss or you're trying to get started making sense of the mess, Decluttering For Dummies, Portable Edition, will help you tackle and organize your space beyond what you thought was possible!
  • Englisch
  • Newark
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  • USA
John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • Für Beruf und Forschung
  • 6,57 MB
978-1-119-81028-5 (9781119810285)
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Jane Stoller is an organization guru and author with a large social media following for her Organized Jane brand. She loves to share her insights on decluttering with people and organizations who need help taming the chaos in their lives.
  • Intro
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Table of Contents
  • Introduction
  • About This Book
  • Foolish Assumptions
  • Icons Used in This Book
  • Where to Go from Here
  • Chapter 1 The Basics of Decluttering
  • Determining Your Current Cluttering Style
  • The emotional clutterbug
  • The just-in-case clutterbug
  • The "I'm not a clutterbug" clutterbug
  • The "I'll do it later" clutterbug
  • The "I can't decide" clutterbug
  • The "techie" clutterbug
  • The knowledge clutterbug
  • The collector clutterbug
  • The "I can use it someday" clutterbug
  • Understanding the Psychology behind Clutter
  • The negative effects of clutter
  • Why decluttering lets you do more and stress less
  • If You Don't Use It, Toss It
  • Why minimalism works
  • Knowing how much is too much
  • Determining the right amount for your lifestyle
  • Chapter 2 Forming a Decluttering Game Plan
  • Effectively Dealing with Clutter
  • Being proactive versus reactive
  • Creating a system that you stick to
  • Maximizing efficiency
  • Avoiding the all-or-nothing approach
  • Busting through the "I might" syndrome
  • Choosing a Method for Future Purchases
  • Adding existing items to an app
  • Scheduling shopping trips
  • Shopping online the right way
  • Holding Yourself Accountable
  • Listing your items
  • Finding an accountability partner
  • Using the emotional versus practical checklist
  • Chapter 3 Decluttering Your Closet
  • Creating a Closet Decluttering Strategy
  • Executing Your Closet Decluttering Strategy
  • Trying the time-wasting closet exercise
  • Finding the happy clothing balance
  • Optimizing Your Closet Space
  • Taking inventory
  • Evaluating your space
  • Determining what to hang and fold
  • Donate, Repurpose, Tailor, Sell, or Toss?
  • Decluttering Accessories
  • Sorting your seasonal shoes and boots
  • Decluttering your handbags
  • Decluttering your handbag
  • Storing your scarves
  • Decluttering jewelry
  • Belts
  • Everything else
  • Planning Seasonally
  • Chapter 4 Decluttering Your Bathroom
  • Decluttering Your Products
  • Determining your essentials
  • Setting strict timelines for product lifetimes
  • Minimizing unwanted products
  • Determining what you need versus what you think you "might" need
  • Decluttering Your Towels
  • Keep it simple
  • Finding your staples
  • Staying consistent
  • Prepping Toiletries for Travel
  • Chapter 5 Decluttering Your Kitchen
  • The Basics of Kitchen Decluttering
  • Evaluating your space
  • Determining your needs
  • Optimizing Your Kitchen for Efficiency
  • Functional for the win
  • Decluttering the right tools
  • Setting volume levels
  • Pantries
  • Getting rid of junk drawers forever
  • Chapter 6 Decluttering Your Bedroom
  • Decluttering for Peaceful Sleep
  • Banishing clutter from bedside tables
  • Considering hidden storage areas
  • Cutting clutter from corners
  • Detoxing the digital zone
  • Furnishing for the Win
  • Your bed
  • Essentials
  • Encouraging Your Sleeping Partner
  • Chapter 7 Decluttering Linens and Laundry Areas
  • Decluttering Your Linens
  • Determining your needs
  • Theming your linens
  • Timing your linens
  • Folding your linens
  • Removing unneeded pieces
  • Decluttering Your Laundry Room
  • Categorizing items
  • Organizing by cleaner type
  • Creating a sustainable system
  • Determining efficient storage
  • Washing using the "less is more" mentality
  • Mudrooms and Entryways
  • Chapter 8 Decluttering Your Kids' Areas
  • Changing Your Kids' Decluttering Mindset
  • Why so much stuff?
  • Leading by example
  • Making decluttering fun
  • Teaching that decluttering is a priority
  • Creating donation challenges
  • Repurposing toys and clothes
  • Hand-me-downs that never leave
  • Storing Toys Efficiently
  • Organizing by optimal height
  • Organizing by labels and favorite colors
  • Sentimental items
  • Involving your kids
  • Sustainability
  • Chapter 9 Decluttering Your Storage Spaces
  • Tackling Storage Spaces
  • Getting started with a handful of steps
  • What shouldn't be stored but likely is
  • Getting realistic
  • Recycling packing material
  • Determining a Strategy for Sentimental Items
  • How much is too much?
  • Saving only the best
  • Giving it time
  • Where to store them?
  • Sorting Your Books
  • Reading and decorating OR reading and decluttering
  • Decluttering electronic and audio books
  • Decluttering Furniture
  • Electronic Items
  • Decluttering Paper
  • Dealing with paperwork
  • Managing magazines
  • Chapter 10 Decluttering Your Garage
  • Getting Real on What You Actually "Do"
  • Decluttering Seasonally
  • Spring/summer
  • Fall/winter
  • Decluttering Categorically
  • Decluttering sporting goods
  • Decluttering camping supplies
  • Decluttering fishing gear
  • Decluttering car accessories
  • Decluttering miscellaneous items
  • Decluttering Tools
  • Labeling your items
  • Renting versus buying
  • Decluttering Big Kid Toys
  • Decluttering boats, trailers, snowmobiles, and four-wheelers
  • Decluttering motorcycles
  • Decluttering lawn and snow equipment
  • Little kid toys
  • Chapter 11 Shifting from Paper to Digital
  • Eliminating What You Can
  • Decluttering your files
  • Storing paper records
  • Eliminating Paper and Storing Everything Virtually
  • Scanning your paper files
  • Rethinking printing
  • Using clouds, drives, and memory sticks
  • Creating a password system
  • Working with Receipts
  • Which receipts to keep
  • How to store receipts
  • Chapter 12 Ten Tips for Organizing What's Left
  • Put Things in Proper Perspective
  • Organize for You, Not Instagram
  • Tailor Your Organizing to Your Clutter Personality
  • Set Aside Time to Declutter AND Organize
  • Use Boxes, Baskets, and Other Containers
  • Conduct Organizing Challenges
  • Hold Yourself Accountable to Staying Organized
  • Be Kind to Your Items
  • Focus Your Attention on Organizing Traps
  • Entryways and mudrooms
  • Paper
  • Junk drawers
  • Anything that can't close
  • Boxes that aren't see-through
  • Anything behind closed doors
  • Don't Accumulate in the Future
  • Index
  • EULA

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