|(I think it's ironic that the flash from my camera left a reflection on the sink!)|
It's unlike any other "organizing" book I've read, in that it doesn't tell you the best method(s) for organizing a closet or drawer, and it doesn't talk about organizational gadgets, and it doesn't expect you to get organized in a week or even a month. Instead, it teaches that doing a little a day, whether it's done perfectly or not, will go a long way in getting you to your goal. It also talks about the importance of loving and taking care of yourself, something that many of us aren't too good at. So whether you're living a life of CHAOS (Can't Have Anyone Over Syndrome), or whether you're just looking for a little advice in getting your house or your life together, I recommend picking up a copy of this book.
(And one more thing, this last week I've been thinking about doing a "Friday Favorites" post on tassles sometime in the near future because I'm in love with them! I'm even considering doing a tutorial on making tassles. Ironically, this week, Susan from Between Naps on the Porch did a post featuring some adorable tassles and is hosting a drawing for a $30.00 gift certificate for The Tassle House! Stop by both places to enjoy some super cute tassles. And be looking for a tassle post from me sometime in the future!)