If your in-box is overflowing and you can’t remember the last time you actually saw your child’s bedroom floor, it might be time for you to read Organizing for Dummies (Wiley Publishing, Inc., $21.99) Structured in a very, ahem, organized manner, author Eileen Roth will help you redesign your home, your office, and your life with her crucial tips. And if you think that being just a little messy is okay, here is a sobering stat: A person making $60,000 wastes a whopping $6,293 a year just searching for information.
Organizing for Dummies is not merely about keeping your place neat and tidy. It’s about adopting a way of life that can help you reach your true potential. We love this excerpt from the book:
“When you set things up to flow, they do so. Without flow, you may find that no matter how much you do, things rarely go your way. Organizing…is the first step to turning your tiny stream of effort into a mighty river of productivity. Rewards follow.”
Now, go organize your way to a better life. That is, if you haven’t misplaced the book.