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Number of Pages: 196
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2003
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After the Boxes are Unpacked: Moving On After Moving InSusan MillerTyndale House / 1995 / Trade Paperback$8.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 7 Reviews
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Is it really possible to simplify your life? The answer is a resounding "yes," if you know the necessary steps to unclutter your life and lifestyle. Get the inside scoop from professional organizer Marcia Ramsland and begin to solve your life management issues like a pro. With fast-paced, step-by-step instructions, Marcia walks you through refreshing new ways to manage your daily schedule, your life at home and at work, and special seasons of your life such as parenting, the holidays, and transitions.
Simplify Your Life reveals do-able tips and practical systems using Marcia's trademark "PuSH" Sequence?an acronym for Project, you (the key component), System, Habit?which not only gets you organized but help you stay that way. Tips include how to:
- Create the illusion of a clean home in just minutes each day
- Predict a pending time crunch . . . and sail through it
- Dissolve any paper pile by answering three key questions
- Power through projects you never get around to
- Learn how to put things back together when everything falls apart
Offering practical solutions designed to change your life immediately, this simplified style of living gives you and your loved ones more time to do the things you really enjoy?starting today.
Marcia Ramsland, well known as The Organizing Pro for her practical skills and tips to manage busy lives, has been a professional organizer since 1985. She is a highly sought-after speaker and personal consultant, appears on TV and radio, and has tips in national magazines. The author of Simplify Your Lifeand Simplify Your Time, Marcia just recently reorganized the spaces in her home by relocating from San Diego to Dallas.
Debbie5 Stars Out Of 5January 16, 2006DebbieI'm not a very organized person. I spent wated time on searching for things because of my lack of organization. I felt like I was always playing catch up. This book has some very practical helps. The writing is very clear and to the point. The author is not condescending, she seems to understand that organization is not a gift every woman possesses. Another point I like is the recognition that until the Lord moves you and motivates you to make changes, many times our efforts are in vain. The Lord laid it very heavy on me that He has an order to things and so should I. I've tried many different ways to change things for several years, but they all took more effort than I had and ultimately I became frustrated and gave up. Not with this book. The suggestions are all prefaced by prayer, the most effective catalyst anyone could know. I highly recommend this book to anyone who has a desire to get organized and stay organized.