[PDF] Organize for a Fresh Start

Starting point for the recently bereaved or divorced Some good ideas Total Boox via dpl Waiting for another title at the library this caught my attention But it kid of doesn t work for my ADHD brain and I nded up not reading it or renewing it before the library automatically returned it for meDid not finish at 4 Excellent book Could relate to a lot of this book Am glad I found it Really is helping me a lot And no I have not found the need to *hire a professional since I am using her tips This book had *a professional since I am using her tips This book had a Free Friday selection and it is no longer free This book helps a reader whose processes and systems are no longer working because there may have been a major transition in the reader s life such as mpty nest downsize to a smaller as mpty nest downsize to a smaller lderly parent moving in changing careers and others West uses the acronyms of REORGANIZE and SIMPLIFY to help the reader stay on track until the job is done and the home supports you in your new life I m finding the book s charts and uestionnaires useful as I work through a smaller transition having a household with two retired adults needing to use rooms differently for full time hobbies This book is designed to help readers who have xperienced major life transitions that have left them with homes belongings and schedules that no longer work for them The author gives guidance in a step by step fashion to help you reorganize so one can hold on. Ems Certified Professional Organizer® Susan Fay West shows you how to make room for your new interests and responsibilities while honoring your pastInside you’ll find Step by step advice for decluttering and reorganizing Well meaning and kindly written but ultimately a very long prologue to a book you don t actually get95% of the book you are going through a large change and that will necessitate you to reevaluate your possessions and organization System In A Way That Addresses Your in a way that addresses your needs as well as the new chapter in your life4% Hire me or someone like me to help you1% Anemic checklists ridiculously complicated acronyms that don t summarize anything vague suggestionsJust see a therapist and buy a Martha Stewart book it will get you farther I ve checked this book out several times now and for *me it would be worth buying like *it would be buying I like lot of the thinking behind where and how and why we keep the items we do and how this book helps one reevaluate your possessions and spaces in view of a life changeWhat I did notice this time through the book is that there is not much included really on moving house altogether It seems that this is strange given that many people would be moving to a whole new place when a new chapter of life was beginningIf I m completely honest I like the cover uite a bit and it makes the book appealing It is a little less so inside Didn t uite finish this but got most of the way through It was a good start for trying to figure out how to organize spaces in order to organize my life Hoping for a Kondo like nergy surge I inhaled this last night No revelations though it might be TRANSFORM YOUR HOME AND SCHEDULE so they perfectly meet your current needs and reflect who you are and what you value now Changes and life transitions often leave people with unbalanced schedules and homes full of obsolete it.

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To what they need let go OF WHAT DON T AND what they don t and *New Things That Will *things that will in the chapters of their livesOrganizing is cathartic and can help you process your motions As you go through your things you re not only thinking about whether to keep or let go of items you re thinking about the transition itself the motions what you ll do next how you re managing I was already doing this when I started reading the book I found that this statement was very true and that I was getting a lot of catharsis from cleaning very drawer and closet in the house Seriously unimpressed First the formatting needs work The font size kept changing Kindle dition Second it continually reminds you that if you need help with an organizational project you can always hire a Certified Organizer Coach and Certified Professional Organizer Oops I left out the trademark symbol Don t worry the author never did If I wanted to hire a pro I wouldn t have bought the book Third the book is very much about how to get started not how to follow through or finish Fourth this book assumes that what you are organizing is a house in which the reader has raised children accumulated tons of sentimental stuff been widowed and now needs to reduce the tonnage Sorry that isn t me I am sufficiently disorganized that I really didn t think I could read an ntire book on organizing without learning something useful I was wrong. Very room in the home Specific tips for where to start and how to stay motivated Reflective uestions and xercises to help you make “no regrets”decisions Time management strategies to create and maintain a regular schedul. Organize for a Fresh Start