Minneapolis, MN, December 23, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Clear clutter and get organized in January--National Get Organized Month
Clutter is distracting, and it takes people away from their priorities. That is why there is a real point to getting rid of clutter - and that point is to reclaim your life. It is important for all of us to learn how to achieve the benefit of more time and energy for the important things in life – family, work, hobbies – the list is endless. In "Clutter Clearing Choices" (O-Books), Barbara Tako not only offers practical advice on clutter clearing, home organizing, and simple living, but she does it in a humorous and entertaining way. Readers will undoubtedly be thrilled with the quantity of helpful ideas and resources her book contains and, as Tako is quick to point out, will enjoy the ‘feel good factor’ that comes from donating, recycling, or gifting whatever our excess happens to be. Since we live in a country of consumerism, what better way to utilize our clutter than to pass it on – after all, ‘one man’s junk is another man’s treasure.’ The book offers readers motivating ways to pick and choose which mode of de-cluttering works best for them. Clutter happens to us all – it just does – and it seems to develop a life of its own as it accumulates around us.
Countless corporations understand that an unorganized and cluttered worker is not as productive as an organized one. For this reason, Barbara Tako’s organizing expertise has earned her so much respect that her services as a guest speaker are often requested by corporate giants such as 3M, Medtronic, Target, and Securian. She captivates audiences with her humorous, down-to-earth, common sense strategy, and her advice helps people free up their lives.
Victoria Moran, author of Creating a Charmed Life: “Funny, thorough, and not the least bit intimidating, this book is a godsend for the organizationally-challenged. It makes keeping the clutter manageable seem manageable after all.”
Barbara Hemphill, author of Taming the Paper Tiger at Home: “When I began my organizing business 30 years ago, it was based on four simple words: Clutter is Postponed Decisions®. Few of us…ever reach the point of being satisfied with their ability to get rid of clutter. Tako has done a wonderful job of giving her readers practical suggestions for getting rid of the clutter in their lives. Less is more.”