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While most of us aren't hoarders we can all benefit from assessing and reducing the clutter in our homes--and then organizing what's left. Many things stop us from succeeding: the sheer scope of the project, the tendency to lose momentum if the job takes too long, and the fact that we're always acquiring new clutter. But what if it really took only a week to de-clutter the whole house, and then you even had the weekend to relax and enjoy your new clutter-free space? Could it really be that simple?

Organizing and time management experts Sandra Felton and Marsha Sims show how with the right game plan and a healthy dose of adrenaline, anyone can de-clutter their home in just five days. With this systematic, team-based approach, even the most overwhelming de-cluttering job becomes doable. The authors' enthusiasm and energy keep readers pushing forward to the goal, and their time-tested tips and habits help readers maintain their hard-won gains. The authors even show how to deal with common obstacles to achieving and keeping a clutter-free house, like filing, storage needs, health issues, space restrictions, the car, and even family sabotage!

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    Sistema di riordino inutile

    Il metodo descritto per "attaccare" il disordine e riportare l'ordine in casa è scarsamente applicabile e inutile. Si suggerisce di limitarsi a liberare le superfici. E per farlo si propone di chiedere aiuto a un team, il cui compito sarà quello di inscatolare tutto ciò che si trova sparso in giro, dividendo gli oggetti per presupposto ambiente di appartenenza. Le scatole così riempite dovranno essere poi impilate lungo i muri, stanza per stanza. Ci si limita quindi a spostare il problema, trasformandolo da visibile a invisibile. E ci si ritroverà una casa piena di scatoloni. Chi è disordinato generalmente è anche un accumulatore. Deve essere educato a buttare ciò che non serve. Non a inscatolarlo.

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