Our favorite books on getting organized don’t just deal with physical clutter. Often our minds are our largest roadblock. Mango Publishing has a large catalog of books written to help you reach your goals in life.
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Our Favorite Books on Getting Organized
The following books top our favorite books on getting organized. Although, each of these books approaches the topic from a different angle; all paths lead to the same goal. With Spring right around the corner, now is the time to make those plans and get moving towards a new organized life.
Do you have a dream of getting organized? Are you like most and have have no idea where to start? If you answered yes to both of these questions, this is the book for you. With over 100 checklists and worksheets, you will have the guidance to organize your home and family.
From setting goals to executing the plan, this workbook will keep you motivated. It includes everything from your daily planner to fridge and pantry labels! It starts with understanding your goals and then walks you through the path to reach the end result.
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The book is a 66 day journal set up to help in creating new habits. Creating new habits and sticking to them take a commitment. Long term changes are based on new routines that are established to move you towards a goal. Establishing new routines can be hard. Often, your goal will require you to make difficult changes in your daily life.
Think of it as a self awareness journal. If you are not asking yourself what is important in your life, or what is it that would make you happy – how will you ever reach that place? This journal walks you through the difficult questions we should be asking. The carefully constructed questions combine mindfulness, positive psychology, and proven strategies for increased productivity to help you stay on track.
Start by breaking down your overwhelming goals into 66 achievable mini goals. Set up SMART goals meaning goals that are Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time-bound. At the end of this journey, you will have established new habits based on the path your heart wants to take.
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This book is a guide to the insights to unclutter and uncomplicate Your Life. The author believe at joy is simply a matter of choice. And it’s yours to make. Achieving isn’t always easy though. You need to learn to relax, release, refocus, and renew. And most importantly, keep what you need in your life and let go of everything else including “stuff.”
This book is packed with calming quotes, tranquil wisdom, and power thoughts. Each will remind you to slow down, relax, and smell the roses. Sections are based on themes like “Go with the Flow,” “Focus on What’s Important,” and “Slow Down,” these sayings are reminders that it is still possible to achieve peace and harmony in your crazy fast-paced world.
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This book as a sweet collection of meditations, prayers, quotes, and affirmations from a variety of sources. Each is meant to provide a sense of calmness during tough times. How do you find your calm place when life is falling apart around you? While there are many suggested ways to cope, they don’t work for everyone.
But, one way that has worked for centuries is focusing your mind on the good over evil. This collection will help you do just that. Prayers for Calm includes sayings and snippets that will help you have a sense of reassurance. We can’t always change the world around us, but we can change how we respond to it.
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This journal style book will help you learn your stress style and well as strategies for shaping their days in more productive ways. Stress is something that can overtake your life when things are out of whack. When you take stock of what needs to be done and prioritize, you can move forward. Listful Living is a great journal to help you get your life in order once and for all.
Having a to do list is great, but making sure you’re putting the right things on your list is better. Why waste time on things that are not important? Everyone has the same 1440 minutes each day. Instead of feeling drained and unable to show that you accomplished anything, use the Listful Living journal to organize your day.
Make your lists work for you. Don’t just make a list, anyone can do that. Your list should make you calmer, productive, and less stressed at the end of the day.
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This book is an interactive journal created to inspire the sharing of kindness. It is packed with encouraging phrases and space for you to write out your thoughts based on the prompt for the day. With all the violence on the news, it is hard to see the good around us. The Kindness Rocks Journal says, “one message at just the right time can change your entire day, outlook, life”.
This has never been truer. Often all it takes is just one simple positive message to change your outlook on life. Along with helpful lesson ideas, you can download several free printables to use in sharing kindness.
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This book is about understanding what you want (your wish) and then going for it. It’s not enough to just want something. You have to put in the work to make it happen. Whether it is a new job or completely out of debt, in order to reach the goal you need a plan.
You don’t need a miracle to make your wish a reality. With Wishwork, you will visualize your #1 wish, write it down, focus on it, and take action for 21 days in a row to make your wish come true. No, your wish may not be a completed goal in 21 days, but you will be well established in the habits needed. Wishwork gently reminds you that a wish doesn’t magically come true. You want it? You’ve got to put in some work!
This is a great motivational book that will motivate you to get off the couch, turn off Netflix, and get moving. Because, if your are waiting on the universe to grant your wishes, you will be waiting forever.
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Getting organized isn’t just about clearing the clutter around us. It always starts with the clutter within us. Usually we are trying to fill a need or heal a wound by insulating ourselves with stuff. I have enjoyed reading these books and found the different approaches refreshing. And in the end, they all melded together to make it a little easier for me to take steps that are making a big difference around me. I do like the books that you write in as you work out the goals and plans. It helps me to be able to look back and see how much progress has been made.
That’s why these titles are our favorite books on getting organized. Make sure to visit Mango Publishing when you are looking for great information on any topic. They will have just what you need.
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