Not everyone is born knowing how to organize. Just like so many things, it’s a skill you develop. So where do you start when you’re ready to declutter and get organized? Here are three of my favorite books on organizing:
Julie Morgenstern – Organizing from the Inside Out
It’s a classic for a reason, and many consider it to be fundamental to the organizing world. Julie takes you from step one to finished project.
Barbara Hemphill – Organizing Paper @ Home
Even as we move to a more digital world, we will probably never be paperless. In this book, Barbara tackles the goal of paper – less and how to organize both papers and memorabilia like photos and family records.
David Allen – Getting Things Done
David explains the GTD method, which is a great way to organizing your information. However, I do recommend people Google GTD and look at some of the basic diagrams and graphics to get an idea before you tackle the book because it is a dense read if you are coming at it cold.
How about you? Do you have a favorite book on organizing that you’ve bookmarked or underlined? Let me know!
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