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Clutterology: Getting Rid of Clutter and Getting Organized (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – gen 2003


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Book by Nancy Miller


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45 di 46 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
Not very well organized 7 aprile 2000
Di Un cliente - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile
I was looking for a "how-to" book to start uncluttering my home. This book doesn't flow well at all. It hops from one subject to the next and doesn't provide instructions. Definitely not worth the money. The 7 step book (Simplicity Series) is much better for someone looking for small steps to start de-cluttering.
16 di 16 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
Mostly Clutter 10 maggio 2001
Di Groovy Vegan - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile
“Clutterology” lacks a strategy or plan for getting the reader organized, unless “get rid of clutter” counts a plan. Although the chapters are generally divided by rooms, the content of those chapters is not well organized. It’s a bunch of random tips, in no logical order, many of them annoying trivial. An early topic in the paperwork chapter is “paper clips vs. staples.” Filing comes later. And the first bedroom topic is bed linens--generally not the source of the mess in most messy bedrooms.
The book is full of clutter, such as cute little anecdotes about Nancy and her husband Mike, and tidbits about the British Royal family, having nothing to do with organizing. Does the reader need an entire paragraph about how many pillows Nancy and Mike like on their bed?
I got a few useful things out of the book: the chapter on how to prevent junk mail, a good list of questions to ask about each piece of paper, and the reasonable time periods for keeping various types of business records (bank statements, cancelled checks, and such). But I don’t think this book is worth anywhere near ....
15 di 15 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
Don't waste your time or money 12 febbraio 2001
Di M. Thomas - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile
I like books on organizing & clutter removal & have read quite a few.This is one of the worst I've ever seen. The recommendations were neither helpful nor realistic & the author's writing style is annoying.
6 di 6 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
Cute title, that's it 15 dicembre 2004
Di Suz - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile
There are a few bits of useful information buried in this book but it wasn't worth it to me to wade through the awful writing style, disorganized format, lack of substance, timewasting information ("basic rules for alphabetic filing" (p. 94), you need a trash can large enough to hold the trash (p. 51)), and more detail than you will ever want to know about the author's private life. There are plenty of really good books about reducing clutter, home organization and general organizing skills, and this is not one of them. I'm glad I didn't buy this book; it's going right back to the library.
8 di 9 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
Disorganized and Disappointing 29 marzo 2004
Di Beth Gallego - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile
Nancy Miller starts off with the idea that it makes more sense to change your environment to fit you than to try to change yourself (or your loved ones) to fit your environment. Unfortunately, the book does not quite deliver the promised help in "getting rid of clutter and getting organized."
The chatty, conversational style is engaging, but it quickly wears thin as the same advice ("change your environment") is repeated again and again with few concrete suggestions for change. The book itself is disorganized, with Miller jumping from advice for the home to advice for the office and back again, with little or no warning. There are entire chapters on junk mail and holiday decorations, and then one chapter to deal with the rest of the house. The most helpful information - a clear list of how long to keep the important documents that tend to get shoved into boxes and file cabinets and never seen again - is buried in an appendix. The cartoon illustrations are cute, but they add little to the book.
In addition, the book is poorly edited. A second, revised edition should not be riddled with typographical errors or include entire duplicate pages inserted in the wrong chapter, nor should it make the reader wait fifty pages for the explanation of a full-page example.
There are many organizational books on the market - this one offers nothing new.

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