Finding Happiness in Your Underwear Drawer: Clutter Clearing Choices by Barbara Tako - Page 2
The author has found joy in her underwear drawer and shares exactly how we can, too. This was actually the one bit of advice I didn’t need, but can appreciate. I had done a similar job on my own lingerie chest, and it’s quite satisfying to be able to find exactly what I want when I want it. (Yes, women, if your kids are all college-aged and older, it’s time to throw out the maternity undies.)
Tako shares secrets of professional organizers as well as cures for the winter blahs, which have nothing to do with cleaning house. Smart advice on what to do with “inherited” and “gifted” stuff, giving to charity, and not being someone else’s storage facility, all add up to a very useful volume. It even helps you get the kids to pitch in (or pitch out, if more appropriate).
Will Clutter Clearing Choices improve your environment and organize your life? Only if you follow Barbara Tako’s advice. Happily, she shares it like a friend, with enough humor to make the job less-than-hopeless.