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Filled Up and Overflowing: what to do when life events, chronic disorganization, and hoarding go overboard

Filled Up & Overflowing was written to help you and your family members, friends and spouses find answers to questions and concerns about the safety and comfort of their loved one in their space.

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Now What
A Simple Organizing Guide

by Diane N. Quintana 

You think you have things pretty well organized and then something happens which upsets the balance in your life. You think to yourself, Now What?

Now What? A Simple Organizing Guide provides straight forward practical organizing tips to help you regain that balance. This is your guide to setting up a home, creating and managing a budget, managing paperwork and time. It’s also a guide to the habits and routines that will help you maintain order in your busy life. This is one of the best books on organization for young adults.

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From Vision To Victory

by Jonda S. Beattie

This is the organizational workbook to help organize any problem area in your home. By following the step by step procedures, you will pin down exactly what you want to change, develop a plan to help you make the change, and learn techniques to help you keep your new organization in place.

This is the system we follow in the Clear Space for You virtual clutter support group.

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Benji’s Messy Room

by Diane N. Quintana and Jonda S. Beattie

Benji is your average, active five year old little boy. He loves to play in his room. Sometimes his room turns into a real mess! Benji doesn’t know where to begin when his mother asks him to pick up his room. This teaches Benji how to get organized. Read to find out how Benji’s mother helps him accomplish this seemingly overwhelming task.  The authors took some basic organizational strategies and applied them to the common task of picking up a room. Break projects down into small manageable steps Sort like with like Cull collections Assign a place or a home for belongings Reward for jobs completed. This book and Suzie’s Messy Room are some of the best books on organization for small children.

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Suzie’s Messy Room

by Diane N. Quintana and Jonda S. Beattie

Suzie is a typical, active five-year-old little girl. She loves playing with all her toys in her room and sometimes creates a real mess! When her mother asks her to pick up her room, Suzie is overwhelmed and doesn’t know how to begin. Suzie’s mother helps her complete the job by breaking the project into small tasks that Suzie is able to finish easily. Doing this teaches Suzie how to get organized. Basic principles of organizing included in this story: Break projects down into small steps Sort like with like Cull collections All belongings need a home Reward for completed tasks. See Suzie’s Messy Room video on the Storytime Pup Channel

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