A strikingly alarming 80% of women feel organizationally challenged, which hardly comes as a surprise since times have drastically changed! Most of us women find ourselves thinking that we’ll never do enough or be enough when we’re tackling the hardest, yet most rewarding job on the planet – raising our children. Pretty Neat: The Buttoned-Up Way to Get Organized and Let Go of Perfection is a good book to add to your collection if you fall into that percentage, because it will help you focus on what is the most important. It will help you learn how to take your time by the reigns, and get more organized without you having to feel like you have to live up to June Cleaver’s standards. Long gone are the days that women can clean the house while wearing high heels, and do this all with a smile. We have to keep in mind that June Cleaver is a fictitious character, and Martha Stewart hardly has the time for much housework. Therefore, it’s ironic for her to preach about how to keep yours together.
Pretty Neat: The Buttoned-Up Way to Get Organized and Let Go of Perfection is the ultimate handbook for busy women who want to get their lives running more smoothly – whether it’s at work, home, or both. It provides candid advice from experts and real women who are tackling organizational inertia. This book is highly entertaining, informative, and funny. You’ll find ways to take charge of to-do lists, tame inboxes, temper toy tsunamis, and much more!
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