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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Perfect timing., April 15, 2013
By cgoff –
This review is from: Get Organized Secrets of Professional Organizers Volume 2: Leading Experts Talk About Productivity & Work-Life Balance (Kindle Edition)
The perfect read on my new Kindle. Thank you Donna for sharing such amazing insight into your world of organizing work, home and all things in life. A quick ‘n easy read and I especially liked the format of “sharing a conversation” with the experts. This is a must read for those of us whom desire to feel a sense of balance and well being. The “secret” is out and this girl is ready to embrace it! Time to clear the clutter! Please note that I was given a review copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Do it for yourself, April 15, 2013
By Bonnie Joy Dewkett (Danbury, CT USA) –
Get this book, just in time for spring! Spend your summer doing something you’ll thank yourself for and get organized!
So many people want to know what professional organizers do and think…this book uncovers the secrets and gives them to you. Read it all at once or rad it over time. Either way you will come out with some tips you can put into action right away.
You’ll love this book and the tips inside!
Helpful Tips – Interview Format, September 26, 2013
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This book contained some helpful tips for establishing routines and systems in your life that will increase your organization. Both home and work issues were discussed along with “technology clutter.” The only reason I gave this book three stars instead of four is the formatting. It is set up in chapters where each chapter is an interview with a particular professional organizer. Each professional to me takes too much space up in the chapter introducing themselves, their business and accomplishments. At times it feels like a plug or an advertisement for their services, and not an instructional tool.
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