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Activate Communities Today, Organize Now for Energy

A Workbook for Participants in the Training Session for Community Development

Author: United States. Department of Energy. Office of Consumer Affairs

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Category: Energy consumption

Page: 323

View: 351

Organize Now: A Week-By-Week Guide to Simplify Your Space and Your Life

Author: Jennifer Ford Berry

Publisher: Organize Now!

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Category: House & Home

Page: 258

View: 392

Get Organized Fast!Clutter has a cost. It steals your storage space, robs your time and energy, and takes away the peace and beauty of your home. Don't pay for it another minute-get organized, now!This updated and expanded edition of the bestselling Organize Now! features even more quick, effective organizing ideas. Easy-to-follow checklists show you how to organize any part of your life in less than one week. You spend more time organizing and less time reading-a perfect fit for your busy lifestyle! Long-term goals help keep the clutter away for the months and years to follow, so you can maintain the order you create.You'll find help with everything from time management and routines to mental clutter, paperwork, pets, purses, toys, rooms and life events such as moving and celebrating the holidays.Special money saving tips show you how to use your organizing efforts to cut costs around the house and even make a little money. Don't let piles of paperwork, overflowing closets and overbooked schedules drain your resources and energy anymore. Take control with Organize Now!

Organize This! Practical Tips, Green Ideas, and Ruminations About Your CRAP

Clutter that Robs Anyone of Pleasure

Author: Vali G. Heist

Publisher: Vali G Heist

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Category: Self-Help

Page: 218

View: 685

Vali G. Heist began organizing at the age of five while cleaning up her room with her older sister. She started her professional organizing business after years of being asked to organize the homes of her family and friends. Organize This! Practical Tips, Green Ideas, and Ruminations about your CRAP began as a collection of the organizing columns she wrote for a local newspaper. CRAP is Vali’s acronym that means Clutter that Robs Anyone of Pleasure. The book includes numerous tips on how to organize, green ways to recycle unwanted CRAP, success stories from clients, and further ruminations about CRAP. Vali helps her readers explore why they have so much CRAP in their homes, why they don’t throw it out, and why they don’t want to deal with it. She helps the reader answer those questions and provides practical, easy tips to organize their homes and help them live the life they really want. In addition, her book is chock-full of organizing resources, is fun to read, and makes a great gift for the organized person as well as the organizationally-challenged. Vali’s insight helps readers learn the difference between belongings and CRAP and empowers them to discover that less is more. Her book also proposes how to live a more ‘green’ life and help save the planet in the process. Her passion is to find simple, easy to implement ways to organize life at home and at work and pass them on to her readers. Bob Rios, of Bob Rios Visual Strategies, created unique cartoons for the book to illustrate the dilemmas many readers face as they organize and unclutter their lives. Bob is a graphic designer, website developer and of course a talented illustrator, who lives in Lebanon, Pennsylvania with his wife and five children. Bob uses his creativity and design expertise to further the business goals of his clients. Through consultation and conversation, he gathers content, colors, type, illustrations, and shapes to capture and convey a company’s message. You’ll find his self-portrait on page 99 of the book! Donna Smallin, Certified Professional Organizer and author of Organizing Plain & Simple and several other books on organization describes Vali’s book as “Simultaneously witty and practical, Organize This! is the intelligent person’s guide to a simpler, more organized life.” Look for Donna’s latest eBook entitled How to Declutter and Make Money Now! by Donna Smallin Kuper. Chris Crouch is president and founder of DME Training and Consulting, author of several books on improving productivity and developer of the GO System training course. He describes Vali’s book: “Stuff, or as Vali calls it, CRAP, can and will easily find its way into your life. The challenge is to limit the inflow and purge the unnecessary items that somehow remain stuck in your environment. Vali's insightful book will help you accomplish those two life-changing goals.” Chris continues to research and study both the mental and physical aspects of living a more joyful and productive life and pass them on to his readers. Debbie Lillard, Certified Professional Organizer and author of Absolutely Organize Your Family and Absolutely Organized: A Mom’s Guide describes Vali’s book: “Vali writes with an environmentally responsible attitude towards ridding the world of CRAP. She understands the causes of disorganization, leaves judgment at the doorstep, and jumps right in to tackle the problems. Her resources are valuable – this is a book you’ll want to recycle and reuse again and again.” Debbie owns an organizing business in Broomall, Pennsylvania and shares her expert advice on various media channels. Vali wants readers to know that the goal of organizing isn’t to have a perfect, ‘Better Homes and Garden’ house (hers isn’t!), but rather to provide order to enjoy the space you have, handle the tough times with grace, and aspire to live the best life possible!

Activate Communities Today, Organize Now for Energy

A Workbook for Participants in the Training Session for Community Development

Author: United States. Department of Energy. Office of Consumer Affairs

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Energy conservation

Page: 323

View: 668

Organizing Plain & Simple

A Ready Reference Guide with Hundreds of Solutions to Your Everyday Clutter Challenges

Author: Donna Smallin

Publisher: Storey Publishing

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Category: House & Home

Page: 320

View: 120

Take control of everyday disorder. With strategies for everything from keeping track of mittens and scarves to combining two households, Donna Smallin takes a personalized, nonjudgmental approach as she explains how to assess different situations and decide where to start organizing. Whether you’re craving a more functional closet, having trouble planning meals for your family, or trying to make sense of your finances, this straightforward guide offers proven techniques for living an efficient and clutter-free life. This publication conforms to the EPUB Accessibility specification at WCAG 2.0 Level AA.

Now It Can Be Told

The Story Of The Manhattan Project

Author: General Leslie R. Groves

Publisher: Hachette UK

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Category: History

Page: 496

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General Leslie Groves and J. Robert Oppenheimer were the two men chiefly responsible for the building of the first atomic bomb at Los Alamos, code name "The Manhattan Project." As the ranking military officer in charge of marshalling men and material for what was to be the most ambitious, expensive engineering feat in history, it was General Groves who hired Oppenheimer (with knowledge of his left-wing past), planned facilities that would extract the necessary enriched uranium, and saw to it that nothing interfered with the accelerated research and swift assembly of the weapon.This is his story of the political, logistical, and personal problems of this enormous undertaking which involved foreign governments, sensitive issues of press censorship, the construction of huge plants at Hanford and Oak Ridge, and a race to build the bomb before the Nazis got wind of it. The role of groves in the Manhattan Project has always been controversial. In his new introduction the noted physicist Edward Teller, who was there at Los Alamos, candidly assesses the general's contributions-and Oppenheimer's-while reflecting on the awesome legacy of their work.

Organize February Now!

Grades K-1

Author: Cindy K. Daoust

Publisher: Mailbox Books

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Category: Activity programs in education

Page: 96

View: 871

This exciting new approach to planning is just what you've been waiting for! No more spending time searching for just the right idea--this series will become your idea file to pull out each month when it's time to plan and get organized. Included are tons of ideas and activities for teaching the skills your students need while making time for the holidays and monthly occasions they love.

A Queen for All Seasons

A Year of Tips, Tricks, and Picks for a Cleaner House and a More Organized Life!

Author: Linda Cobb

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

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Category: House & Home

Page: 160

View: 994

The Queen of Clean with her royal tips for every season, an untidy home would almost be treason! Winter Make snow shoveling a breeze...store holiday decorations with no tangles...humidify dry indoor air...care for flannel sheets...make those Valentine's gems sparkle Spring Garden the natural way...allergy-proof your home...banish grass stains...color your Easter eggs Summer Prepare for family road trips...care for your camping equipment...keep bugs away without chemicals...clean your sports gear Fall Get organized for back to school...store your summer clothes properly...put away your air conditioner...prepare for stress-free holidays!

The Queen of Clean

Clean Like the Queen

Author:

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

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Category: House cleaning

Page: 428

View: 573

Organize January Now!

PreK

Author: Allison E. Ward

Publisher: Mailbox Books

ISBN:

Category: Activity programs in education

Page: 96

View: 821

This exciting new approach to planning is just what you've been waiting for! No more spending time searching for just the right idea--this series will become your idea file to pull out each month when it's time to plan and get organized. Included are tons of ideas and activities for teaching the skills your students need while making time for the holidays and monthly occasions they love.

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