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Reviewed by Steve Leshin for Readers' Favorite
The first thing I noticed about A Beginners Guide to Organizing Your Life by Kristen Willet is how structured her book is. The title of the book is bold. The central theme is how to get organized. Each chapter delves into subjects such as decluttering your living quarters, and how to do it so that it is not such an overwhelming task. Using bold black titles to emphasize the reasons why organizing is so important, the reader will find each chapter easy to follow. There is a chapter on undoing old habits that may impede your ability to organize. I liked the use of quotes by famous people from history that leads off each chapter. They add color to the themes in the book.
A Beginners Guide to Organize Your Life is written in clear, concise language. Kristen Willet has done her research and it shows in each chapter. I found her suggestions very helpful. Chapter 2, for example, covers the top 5 reasons for disorganization, such as distraction and procrastination. I am guilty of both. As a writer of novels, it does not take much to distract me from my task, be it television, streaming, or video games. to address this issue. Procrastination is my kryptonite when it comes to writing as well. This book can help with that too. Without giving too much away, there is something here for everyone. All age groups, both male and female, will benefit if you need a whole plan, as suggested by the volume of information covered in the text. Otherwise, you can use the book as your “guide” to simplify the tasks we tend to put off. In summary, A Beginners Guide to Organize Your Life should be an aid and a go-to tool for anyone.