The Home Edit Life: The Complete Guide to Organizing Absolutely Everything at Work, at Home and On the Go, A Netflix Original Series – Season 2 now showing on Netflix

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The Home Edit Life: The Complete Guide to Organizing Absolutely Everything at Work, at Home and On the Go, A Netflix Original Series – Season 2 now showing on Netflix

The Home Edit Life: The Complete Guide to Organizing Absolutely Everything at Work, at Home and On the Go, A Netflix Original Series – Season 2 now showing on Netflix

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Eva Longoria moves her son into a big-boy room and wants to revamp his closet. A family of five needs help with a kitchen bursting at the seams.

Home Edit Life: The Complete Guide to Organizing The Home Edit Life: The Complete Guide to Organizing

Congrats! Now that you’ve edited your items, categorized them, and contained them...you are free to never organize again for the rest of your life. And neither does your family! You now live in a museum where no one is allowed to touch things. You don’t greet guests by taking their coat – you tell them to please keep their belongings, At home or on the go, you don’t have to live like a minimalist to feel happy and calm. The Home Edit mentality is all about embracing your life–whether you’re a busy mom, a roommate living with three, or someone who’s always traveling for work. You just need to know how to set up a system that works for you. I didn’t necessarily learn anything new, I’ve been a bit of a neatnik all of my life, but those images of color-coordinated bins, lined up ever so smartly just made me happy and inspired me to take my tidiness to the next level. The photography is light, bright and inviting and even though I’m not a fan of labeling everything (I mean you can see it’s a pair of shoes in that bin, can’t you?), I appreciated how well it all went together. Two things I wish had been in the book- what pens they use to label different containers so I can do it myself without the writing coming off (been there done that) and their tips for storing blow dryers, hair straighteners and the like.Both of these books are on loan to my mom- We lost my dad this month and I knew these books would help give my her some Ideas. Going through my dads things/ donating and giving away is something I don’t know how we are going to deal with. How do you remove the things that belonged to the love of her life, her husband of 53 years. I am going to be by her side every step of the way but I don’t know how I’ll manage... My dad was my hero! It may sound strange, but I know these books will give us both some joy to look forward to... My mom deserves to have a pretty organized home. including hands, arms, and legs, inside the vehicle at all times. In fact, you don’t even have guests over anymore! Because who wants to go to a museum that doesn’t have a proper gift shop? Believe this: every single space in your house has the potential to function efficiently and look great.

Home Edit Life – The Home Edit THE Home Edit Life – The Home Edit

Reese Witherspoon hires Clea and Joanna to help display some of her memorable movie and TV looks. The team revives a pediatrician’s cluttered closet. The team reimagines Khloé Kardashian's garage, creating organized zones. A vibrant event planner gets a bedroom to match her personality. Professional organizers Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin are in high demand in Hollywood, having organized everything from pantries to play rooms for stars like Gwyneth Paltrow, Rachel Zoe, Lauren Conrad and Mandy Moore. Oh my gosh, thank goodness I got this from the library and didn't waste money on this. No one, and I mean no one lives like this. Like most books of this type, this one goes way overboard. However, there are a lot of useful ideas. Read through it, choose what works for you, and let the rest go. One thing I would highly recommend is The Edit. That's the chapter where they advise you to take out everything of a certain type of possession (all your clothes, for example, or all your kitchen utensils) and go through them one by one to determine 1) if you actually use/wear/need it; 2) if you don't need it now but will in the immediate future (for example, it's summer but you don't want to throw out your heavy winter coat); and 3) whether you're holding onto the item for sentimental reasons, or in the example of clothes, if you're holding onto it because one day you hope to fit into it again.In the next phase of the home organizing craze, Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin go beyond the pantry and bookshelf to show you how to contain the chaos in all aspects of your life, from office space and holiday storage to luggage and pet supplies. Get to know your organizing style, tailor it to your family’s lifestyle, and lead the low-guilt life as you apply more genius ideas to every aspect of your life. I am and always have been a very organized person - I’m a firm believer that there is a proper place for everything and I like coming home to a consistently clean, organized space. That said, it’s always nice to review ideas and see a different perspective. Now, even if I DID own a large house and had a hefty budget to re-organize my home, I wouldn't necessarily do it in the way suggested in this book. There is a great deal of plastic and un-sustainable storage bins and accessories used that would make me feel wasteful AND as a mother of a toddler, many of these arrangements for kid homes wouldn't work in the long term. Moving her family across the country (TO the country, she claims) has been a huge adjustment, but an incredible experience for her. In Nashville, the stars aligned and she met her business partner, Joanna! Together, they launched a home organization business called The Home Edit. This book does a great job (in big, beautiful pictures) of making the organizing process look enticing. I, personally, can’t wait to get to mine!

Home Edit Life: The No-Guilt Guide to Owning What You The Home Edit Life: The No-Guilt Guide to Owning What You

Declutting books are my brain candy reading. This is not a decluttering book per se, but rather organizing decluttered stuff, so close enough. Believe this: every single space in your house has the potential to function efficiently and look great. The mishmash of summer and winter clothes in the closet? Yep. Even the dreaded junk drawer? Consider it done. And the best news: it's not hard to do--in fact, it's a lot of fun. The Home Edit has grown a loyal celebrity and social media following thanks to a streamlined philosophy that's often delivered with some hilarious punch lines. Their new book is a room-by-room guide to this philosophy." -- Architectural Digest Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin believe that every single space has the potential to function and look beautiful at the same time--even the dreaded pantry or bedroom closet. Whether you live in an urban studio or a suburban three bedroom, learning the Home Edit System--a new approach to home organizing by thinking about your things in groupings and how they "flow" through your space--will completely transform the way you live. By editing every room and organizing your things in a functional way (which takes a little time and effort, but is key to a lasting effect), you'll treasure your home more and save money by not buying what you already have. The Home Edit co-founders are at the top of our list when we're seeking organizational advice." -- MyDomaineA master class on how to arrange even your most unattractive belongings--and spaces--in an aesthetically pleasing and easy-to-navigate way."-- Glamour (10 Books to Help You Live Your Best Life) In the next phase of the home organizing craze, Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin go beyond the pantry and bookshelf to show you how to contain the chaos in all aspects of your life, from office space and holiday storage to luggage and pet supplies. Get to know your organizing style, tailor it to your family's lifestyle, and lead the low-guilt life as you apply more genius ideas to every aspect of your life.

The Home Edit: Stay Organized: The Ultimate Guide to Making

My porn! These books have made me happy!!! Planing what my future home will look like makes me happy and motivated to work hard!!A virtual session (up to 30 min.) with THE organizer to assess the final space and one-time minor adjustments, if needed Overall, the steps in their method (edit, categorize, contain, and maintain) is very practical to follow. The book will reiterate over and over again that you should do these steps but gives very little detail on how to do them. Literally every other organizing book I’ve read digs deeper into these concepts. The authors also spends a good 1/3 of the book just chatting about themselves, their famous clients, and how much they each love organizing. Granted, it was in a cheeky, entertaining manner, but for my personal wants and needs it took waaaayy too long to get to the substance of the book.



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