SMALL SPACES, FAST PACES: New York Organizing Secrets
an e-Book by Sharon Lowenheim, Organizing Goddess, Inc.
Are you looking for ways to make your life easier?
Do you have too much stuff and too little space?
Too much to do and not enough time in which to do it?
Are you having trouble finding a balance between your professional life and your personal life?
Then you are ready to read my e-book, Small Places, Fast Paces: New York Organizing Secrets.
About the Book
As a Professional Organizer and owner of Organizing Goddess, Inc., I’ve been sending out an Organizing Tip of the Week to hundreds of individuals who are hungry for insights into how to stay sane in this crazy world.
This e-book encompasses the first two years of these tips. While some of them mention specific products, most of them can be implemented with nothing more than what you already own, coupled with some common sense and a desire to simplify and improve your life.
Whether your biggest organizing issue is physical clutter, electronic clutter, or mental clutter, there is something here to make your life less complicated.
The 95 organizing tips contained in this book are grouped into 13 sections:
- Clothes and Shoes
- Handbags and Wallets
- Time Management
- Computers and Electronics
- Holidays and Gifts
You can use the Table of Contents to find the section on which you need the most organizing advice. Thanks to the miracle of technology, you can simply click on the page number to jump to that particular section, or to an individual tip.
There is also an index at the end to enable you to find all of the mentions of a particular topic.
Why You Can Benefit From This Book
If you are a newcomer to my organizing gospel, you’ll get a jump start on your organizing efforts by having 95 very specific, practical organizing tips to help you to achieve your vision of your life.
If you’ve only started receiving my tips recently, you’ll want to have access to all of the topics you’ve missed!
Even if you’ve been receiving my Organizing Tip of the Week from the beginning — and saving them in an e-mail folder, as many of my readers do — you will benefit from having them organized by topic and easily accessed with one click.
What Readers Are Saying About My Organizing Tips
Thank you for another Organizing Tip. I have been receiving your tips for at least a year now, and I must tell you how much they have helped me and how much I look forward to receiving them. -Paulette D., New York, NY
Sharon, you are amazing. Thanks for all your advice. You are an inspiration! -Denise L., Flemington, NJ
Your weekly tips are great . . . and very wise! Thank you for sharing them. -Alexis G., New York, NY
Thank you for all these organizational tips. In case you don’t hear it enough, they are GREATLY appreciated, and often put into practice! -Ilva J., New York, NY
I just want to share with you how much I enjoy your newsletters. I look forward to each one. I have utilized many of your techniques in the past few months. I have found both my environment and life more manageable with the extra knowhow. Keep up the excellent work! -Marie P., New York, NY
I just wanted to let you know how consistently helpful and well written your newsletters are! Thank you! -Ruth A., New York, NY