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5 Life-Changing Organization Books

Updated: Aug 29, 2023

If you're serious about getting your life organized, I highly recommend you get your hands on these books.


The Home Edit Life by Clea Shearer & Joanna Teplin

The Home Edit Life by Clea Shearer & Joanna Teplin

Yes, the women geniuses of the Home Edit hit Netflix series have a couple of books and a workbook available. This is the new edition. I tend to lean more towards neutrals in my personal spaces, but you can't help but smile at the simplicity and joy their rainbow method brings. BONUS, this is a hit with the kids and it's easy to follow the concept of organizing by colour.


The Real Simple Method to Organizing Every Room by the Editors of Real Simple

The Real Simple Method to Organizing Every Room by the Editors of Real Simple

I'm a fan of Real Simple magazine and I loved that they've pulled so much content and knowledge from past editions into this book. The photography is beautiful.


Unf*ck Your Habitat by Rachel Hoffman

Unf*ck Your Habitat by Rachel Hoffman

The title alone hooked me! Rachel's no-nonsense way of approaching decluttering is life-changing and sustainable. Using the 20/10 system of 20 minutes of cleaning followed by a 10 minute break, makes any mess conquerable. A great book to develop some healthy, life long organizing habits.


Interior Design with Feng Shui by Sarah Rossbach

Interior Design with Feng Shui by Sarah Rossbach

More of a technical guide than anything else. This is an excellent book for understanding how your spaces can be blocking or creating energy flow. I particularly like how corners are addressed and the use of mirrors in a space. This book addresses some important foundational concepts.


The 5 Second Rule by Mel Robbins

The 5 Second Rule by Mel Robbins

I guarantee this book will rid you of that dreaded procrastination we all battle at times. I will admit, I haven't used this method for motivating me to organize, but I have used the technique to help me overcome persistent anxiety. If you need some motivation to get started *on anything*, I highly recommend this book. Its as easy as 5-4-3-2-1 GO!


The Best Way to Take in All this Content: Audible

Sometimes it's almost impossible to find the time to read. And I love reading.


I also LOVE Audible and use it all the time, particularly when I'm headed out on a longer drive. It's the perfect way to get to the books I want to when I have the time. It's how I got to The 5 Second Rule and was able to finish it and put the skills to use so quickly. It's a perfect solution for anyone who has kids or just a really busy life.

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