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Organizing Your Kitchen with SORT and Succeed

Organizing Your Kitchen with SORT and Succeed

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Organizing Your Kitchen with SORT and Succeed

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108 pages
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Sortie:
Dec 25, 2019
ISBN:
9780983372370
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Livre

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Organizing Your Kitchen with SORT and Succeed is the simple five-step system to declutter and organize your kitchen and pantry shelves. The kitchen is the heart of the home, even if we spend less time cooking. We still gather, work, meet, congregate and eat in and around the kitchen now more than ever. Clear some space, make it easier to get to essential kitchen items, and do it all while learning a simple system that you can use to organize any space in your home, beyond the kitchen. SORT and Succeed are the five steps used by Darla DeMorrow, CPO®, a professional organizer since 2005 and best-selling author. Also included: a printable Daily Kitchen Cleaning Checklist and a special report on what to do with those awkward corner cabinets.

Sortie:
Dec 25, 2019
ISBN:
9780983372370
Format:
Livre

À propos de l'auteur

Darla DeMorrow’s award-winning business and blog, HeartWork Organizing, helps people lead more peaceful and beautiful lives. She's been a leader in business for over 25 years, is an international speaker, and a member of NAPO.net, RESA and APPO.org. She’s a mom of 2 who published the first of its kind book for women, The Pregnant Entrepreneur. She's a force to be reckoned with when there's a power drill or a paint brush in her hand. She's recently talked her family into adopting a kitty cat, which is required equipment for all published authors. Reviews for her Amazon Bestseller, Organizing Your Home with SORT and SUCCEED: Five Simple Steps to Stop Clutter Before It Starts, Save Money and Simplify Your Life: "I read it one evening in one sitting, then got up and started immediately. Couldn’t wait to continue the next morning as well.” Gabrielle Sponheimer, Amazon reviewer “I received a review copy of this book, read it, and then tried to implement a project using the SORT technique, the core technique described, to clean a closet. The project was accomplished quickly.” John Kawakami, Amazon reviewer “This book helped me to feel like a winner. Like my feelings are valuable. Like I can finally have control! ...There are easy explanations of the science behind why and how to fix this issue of overwhelm in this book.” Pigeon, Amazon reviewer

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Organizing Your Kitchen with SORT and Succeed - Darla DeMorrow

Organizing Your Kitchen with SORT and SUCCEED

Five Simple Steps to Declutter

Your Kitchen and Pantry Shelves,

Save Money and Clean Your Kitchen Countertops

Darla DeMorrow

Blue Tudor Books

www.BlueTudorBooks.com

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Copyright © 2018 Darla DeMorrow

All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any electronic or mechanical means, including information storage and retrieval systems, without permission in writing from the copyright holder, except by a reviewer who may quote brief passages in a review. All trademarks and registered trademarks appearing in this book are the property of their respective owners.

ISBN 978-0-9833723-5-6 (print)

ISBN 978-0-9833723-6-3 (Kindle ebook)

ISBN 978-0-9833723-7-0 (ebook)

Library of Congress control number: 2018912412

Printed in the United States of America

Information in this book is presented for informational purposes, and is not intended to constitute professional, legal, financial or other advice. The material may include information, products or services by third parties. The author and publisher do not assume responsibility or liability for any third-party material or opinions. Information is provided without warranty, and readers are advised to do their own due diligence.

Contents

Chapter 1: The Heart of the Home

Chapter 2: SORT and Succeed – Review

Chapter 3: The Difference between Tips and Systems

Chapter 4: The Difference between Sorting and Organizing

Chapter 5: Start with a Written Goal – Step 1

Chapter 6: Organize into Groups – Step 2

Chapter 7: Reduce, Release, Reset – Step 3

Chapter 8: Tweak – Step 4

Chapter 9: Succeed and Celebrate – Step 5

Chapter 10: Fridge, Freezer and the Other Freezer

Chapter 11: Paper Management in the Kitchen

Chapter 12: Pantry

Chapter 13: Meal Planning

Chapter 14: Recipe Organizing For Family Favorites

Chapter 15: Your (Finally!) Organized Kitchen

Bonus: Daily Kitchen Cleaning Checklist

More Free Kitchen Guides

Recipe for an Author

References

Chapter 1: The Heart of the Home

The kitchen is the heart of a home, or so the saying goes. Even people who don’t cook still hang out in the kitchen. Even people who don’t hang out in their kitchen store all sorts of important stuff there.

We often want perfection in the kitchen. We see a magazine or social media picture and try to measure up to that (million dollar) photo shoot. But a kitchen isn’t a static photo. It’s a dynamic place where there is a lot going on. The kitchen is where one of our most basic needs – nourishment – is met. We don’t have to be an accomplished chef to enjoy an efficient, attractive space.

You deserve a lovely kitchen.

You can have an organized kitchen that works for you, not against you.

According to a 2018 survey, 81 percent of homeowners report they can't relax if their kitchen is a mess.i

By organizing your kitchen for your needs, you can make your entire day go more smoothly. Your organizing efforts may, in fact, contribute to weight loss, fitness goals, better home maintenance, saving money and stronger social connections.

Or you might just enjoy your kitchen more.

You’ve picked up this book for help with organizing your kitchen. I’m going to give you a system to get it organized, a mindset to keep it organized, and specific tips to address common (and not so common) trouble spots in and around your kitchen.

My sincere hope is that you take this information and do something. Ideally, you’ll organize your whole kitchen. Perhaps just clear the countertop. Maybe just organize the pantry. Possibly hire a professional organizer to help you. You can find a Certified Professional Organizer at www.NAPO.net.

Wouldn’t it be nice if you didn’t have to organize your kitchen yourself? Estimates are that as of 2017, somewhere between 25% and 40% of all U.S. households have some form of home automation, including connected kitchen appliances, thermostats, security, lighting solutions and smart speakers.ii Even your robot vacuum counts as a smart home device. Technology is advancing quickly. By 2021, half of all U.S. homes and 36 percent of homes in Europe will have adopted smart technology.iii We can imagine a day when your kitchen will organize and clean itself. Sadly, Rosie the robot maid from 1960’s animated cartoon, The Jetsons, isn’t available yet…but she’s not far off. Until then, you’ll need a system to automate your kitchen the old-fashioned way, and this book is here to guide you.

If you just do something, you probably will have made more organizing progress than you made last week.

If you get started, you’ll have an organized kitchen sooner.

Read this short book in about an hour, and then get in there and start organizing your kitchen with SORT and Succeed.

To motivate you even more, I’ve included three free bonus items, including a checklist, a special report, and a customizable printable. Claim your free kitchen bonuses at Kitchen.HeartWorkOrg.com.

Chapter 2: SORT and Succeed – Review

Why re-create the wheel every time you start a new project? People who are overwhelmed at home often feel like they

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