The title truly states what this book is about. Even if you are not into a fully minimalistic home, Organizing for the Rest of Us will help you organize just enough so you can find what you are looking for quickly and easily.
There are tons of organizing ideas to peruse within the book. However, the simplest was an eye-opener for me. Every drawer, shelf, closet and even your house itself is a container. Only so much can fit in each. Once it is full, each time you buy something new, something old must be discarded. Think about what you are willing to toss before buying something new. It will definitely reduce the random stacks of stuff in your house. It may even save you some money.
I have read many organizing books this year because getting control of my stuff is my only New Year’s resolution. Organizing for the Rest of Us is my favorite so far. It has practical low-cost solutions to my organizing issues while motivating me to begin. You can’t beat that. 5 stars and a favorite!
Thanks to Thomas Nelson and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.