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I read this book like a novel while lying in a crumpled up bed with days of clothes and dirty tissues and water bottles spread around me. Perhaps it is a little like watching an exercise show on television while sitting and eating bon-bons. Much of it seemed like common sense, but it was motivating. I felt like I was chatting with an older woman (a mother or a sister or a friend) who could give me advice on life. Some of it was great. At other times, I didn't think her ideas really fit my life (and sometimes ideas seemed a little out-dated.) Her advice coming in book-form made these easy to ignore anything irrelevant with no offense to anyone (which is a great advantage over having someone in the room with you). I think she mentioned cleaning up her make-up bags and bins etc. so many times that I just thought, "Lady, you could simplify your life a lot by just not buying and carrying and applying make-up so regularly." That said, I would love to have her for a visit. I found she had a strong and realistic sense to her. And, just like focusing on happiness seems to make you a little more happy, I think that just thinking about organizing was a step in the right direction. Although I will forget much of her specific advice, she repeated the main steps so often, towards the end, I found myself using them/adapting them to my own clutter. Question Unpack Evaluate Eliminate Neaten up