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New Order

A Decluttering Handbook for Creative Folks (and Everyone Else)
Paperback Book
January, 2016
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Publisher’s Description: 

For readers of The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up and The Power of Habit comes a revelatory, witty guide to a clearer home and a more creative mind.

Can a decluttered space fuel a creative mind? Heck yes, says organizing expert Fay Wolf, who has helped everyone from Hollywood celebrities to schoolteachers to work-from-home parents achieve a simpler, more fulfillinglife. Here, Wolf outlines her basic rules for saying goodbye to the stuff crowding up your space and hello to new habits that free you up for the things youre passionate about. And it can all be done in as little as a few minutes a day. Learn how to

create productive to-do lists stem the flood of paper downsize digital clutter and social media arrange your space to spark creative juices curb your desire to accumulate collaborate and connect with others for support embrace imperfection keep up the momentum

Wolf also shares her favorite productivity apps and resources for donating your many, many items. From the outer clutter of your home to the inner clutter of your chatty mind, this handbook will help you make room for artistic inspiration and invite you to treat yourself to less.

Advance praise for New Order

New Order seriously changed my life.Emily Deschanel

Fay Wolf is some kind of superhero.Jesse Tyler Ferguson

Wolf is a rare talent. Part therapist, part creative thinker, and part best friend, shes the right messenger to heal a whole new generations organizational woes.Maxwell Ryan, founder, Apartment Therapy

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