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Clutter Rehab

101 Tips and Tricks to Become an Organization Junkie and Love It!

Take control of your home by learning how to quickly cut out clutter, organize and tidy up every room with the most helpful tips from organization guru, Laura Wittman.

Streamline closets by donating rarely worn clothes, clear those paper piles off the desk with an e-filing system, eliminate grocery shopping stress by designing a menu plan for the week ahead. With simple projects like these, Clutter Rehab shows how to make even the most chaotic home a well-organized, relaxed environment. Featuring quick solutions that have been tested and approved by the loyal readers of the author's popular blog, Clutter Rehab offers a plan to tackle clutter and tidy every room.

And the author's light-hearted approach actually makes organizing fun and addictive! You will learn useful skills that help transform the kitchen into a chef's dream workspace and turn a cluttered bathroom into a relaxing oasis. There are fun projects and hints on how to get kids involved as well in keeping the home neat. Readers also learn how to stay on top of everyday chores to make the home run smoothly and quickly restore order when life gets hectic.

#10 Remember in Pictures.

Take a snapshot of sentimental keepsakes you don’t use, then donate or even sell them for cash

#26 Be Grocery Smart.

Save fridge and pantry space—and money!—by buying only those items on your weekly meal planner

#32 Go Green.

Repurpose empty cardboard, plastic and glass containers into free organizers for all your stuff

#56 Childhood Archives.

Sort homework, artwork and other kid creations into easy-to-shelve, keep-forever binders

Laura Wittmann is a professional organizer and founder of the popular blog I'm an Organizing Junkie (www.orgjunkie.com), a website dedicated to providing encouragement and education for organized living with a good dose of fun. She is addicted to the "high" that comes from living a life of simplicity and order and is always on the lookout for her next "fix." She lives in Alberta, Canada, with her husband and her three children.