“Organized is the new black,” meaning on-trend, essential and always in fashion. Stacey Platt and Sarah Hayon joined forces to create dwellwell in 2008 and have been de-cluttering clients’ lives ever since. Operating on the principle that a clutter-free space makes for a clear mind, the ladies have been designing systems to create efficient, organized and livable spaces for clients for more than a decade. Infusing their work with style, passion and good humor, these two energetic and highly organized women believe,
Stacey and Sarah are both members of the National Association of Professional Organizers
WHAT’S A DISORGANIZED PERSON TO DO?
From the entryway to the kitchen, the kid’s bedrooms to the car, here’s a treasury of empowering ways to get yourself and your family organized. Within its 272 colorful pages, you’ll find out how to get a human being on the phone when calling customer service and what papers you need to save for taxes (and for how long) and all kinds of other juicy tidbits to help you de-clutter and streamline your life. 317 easy-to-scan solutions to everyday aggravations make “What’s a Disorganized Person to Do?” an indispensible guide to controlling clutter. How do you keep form misplacing your cell phone or house keys? What’s the best way to organize the fridge? How do you pack efficiently for a trip? What to do with your child’s copious artwork? Find all these answers and more in this ultimate organizing bible.
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