Conquer Your Organization Goals With These 10 Books

Leave the chaos and clutter behind, and start a new chapter with these page-turning reads.

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December 26, 2019

We're approaching a new decade, and with a new decade, comes a new you! You may have a couple New Year's (Decade's) resolutions in mind, and at the core of most resolutions is being uber-organized. We've rounded up our favorite organization books to help you kick off the new year organized, motivated and ready to conquer the new decade ahead.

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If you're easily overwhelmed with large, time-consuming projects, like overhauling your home's organization system, this book was made for you. Professional organizer turned author Vicky Silverthorn brings a sense of clarity and relief to her readers by outlining small, actionable steps that add up to create a significant impact on both the organization and function of their homes.

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Whether you live in an increasingly cramped studio apartment or have an expansive country estate, The Complete Book of Home Organization by Toni Hammersley has the scoop on how to turn your life around. The book features a 15-week total home organization challenge and more than 200 pages of invaluable information on how to organize any space in your home. Yes, even your unruly basement or tragic attic.

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Less is more, I say. Author Myquillyn Smith will encourage you to pause before you purchase something and rethink what "stuff" you bring into your home. With Smith's guidance, readers will find the confidence to create a personalized, stylish home without draining their resources during the process.

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I'm a huge fan of Sarah Knight's no-nonsense approach to accomplishing personal goals in life. This cheeky accountability journal is a must for people-pleasers and workaholics who allow life stuff to distract them from following through with their goals. Use these pages to visualize, prioritize and actualize your dreams by cutting out your typical excuses.

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If you want to make a change, you must make the time to make that change. Lucky for us, this motivational read by Erin Rooney Doland offers the tools and techniques to create an orderly life, even if you only have five minutes to spare.

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That old rain jacket stuffed in your hall closet may not "spark joy" for you anymore, but we have a feeling that this organizational read will. Marie Kondo is taking the world by storm with this book that explores her unique Japanese cleaning and organizing methods that promise to simplify and organize one's home with long-lasting results.

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Cut the chaos from your life, once and for all. This gilded guidebook by Luigi Harbin explores the pros to minimalist lifestyles and offers readers some step-by-step tips to declutter everything, from a messy bedroom to fraught finances.

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Creativity and cluttered cubicles often go together like peanut butter and jelly. Author Fay Wolf created New Order specifically for the artsy, creative folks in mind. In her book, Wolf shares invaluable techniques to decrease digital clutter and keep your workspace prepped and primed for your next big idea.

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Authors, Instagram stars and organization experts, Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin, prove that every nook and cranny in your home has the potential to serve you well in style. After working with A-list celebrities, the two wrote this book that reveals the secrets to scoring stylish and functional storage and organization systems in your home.

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Author Julie Carson outlines her rules on how to achieve a simpler, sweeter and more stylish life. Remodelista: The Organized Home encourages readers to let go of their dream of perfection or any hard-and-fast rules and instead become intentional with their purchases and stick to a storage system that allows for a comfortable, stress-free life.

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