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Stephanie Winston's Best Organizing Tips

Stephanie Winston's Best Organizing Tips

QUICK, SIMPLE WAYS TO GET ORGANIZED-AND GET ON WITH YOUR LIFE

60-second solutions to help you get organized -- and get on with your life
Are you overwhelmed by the clutter in your files and on your desk? Are you tired of being clobbered by clothes and hangers every time you open the closet door? Do household chores take twice as long as they should? Does the very thought of getting organized intimidate you -- because you don't know how, it takes too long, and you'd rather be doing anything else? Then this is the book for you.
Featuring clear, quick-to-read lists and a meticulously detailed index, Stephanie Winston's Best Organizing Tips pinpoints how to:
* Do away with disarray in closets, cupboards, and cabinets
* Lighten the load of household chores
* Eliminate desk mess and paperwork pileups
* Make short work of bill paying and taxes
* Take maximum advantage of precious "found time"
For perfectionist and procrastinator alike, Stephanie Winston's Best Organizing Tips will prove indispensable.
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  • Touchstone | 
  • 224 pages | 
  • ISBN 9780684818245 | 
  • January 1996
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Chapter 1

Conquering Paperwork Gridlock

Pat is a stringer for her local newspaper and can write authoritatively about anything from Thanksgiving chestnut stuffing to theater reviews. She also manages to make her deadlines. However, Pat has yet to file her health insurance claim from six months ago. Her desk is covered with story ideas and research for articles, unanswered letters, unpaid bills, and other hard-to-identify papers. And to the side of her desk is a large stack of unread magazines and newspapers, probably dating back six months.

Pat is caught in the paper trap.

Paper is perhaps the bane of our... see more

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