Making Room for You

A Practical Guide to Organizing Your Home

Non-Fiction - Home/Crafts
106 Pages
Reviewed on 01/02/2018
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Making Room For You: A Practical Guide to Organizing Your Home by Meghan Hill is a useful guide to readers who are looking for tips to organize their homes. Following the techniques shared in the book will help everyone clear the clutter and get organized as they address the emotions that arise and declutter, which means making decisions that we have been putting off for long, and implementing solutions for what we choose to keep. The first segment of the book is about the emotional and psychological aspects of getting organized and it shows readers how to set themselves up. The second part gives practical advice with how-to tips, guidance, and suggestions for shopping to furnish your home. Feel free to use the tips given by the author in taking the first step toward clearing clutter.

I found the book, the suggestions, and advice very helpful. At the outset, these will help readers understand how peace comes from an orderly environment and examine things which they are holding onto unnecessarily. The book also deals with all the fears that crop up while decluttering the emotional areas of the houses. I like the way the topic has been handled. The author touches on all the dimensions - spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical - and makes organizing the home an interesting chore. The topic has been dealt with methodically and extensively, with tips on getting rid of unused stuff, from room to room, which makes it easy for readers who are intending to change their disorganized lifestyles.