September 22, 2016
What’s on My Book Stack : 13 Homekeeping Books to Inspire Organization
Fall is the perfect time of year to do a little cleaning, decluttering, and getting ready for the ‘long winter’. I find that I’m always a little more motivated once fall hits – maybe you are too? The books I’m sharing today are ones some of my favorites and have a little something for everyone. I’m breaking them down a bit so you can see if a book will fit your personality and needs.
Feel like getting cozy? These 3 books have fun projects to boot, perfect for fall
Pretty Prudent Home: Your Ultimate Guide to Creating a Beautiful Family Home
The Year of Cozy: 125 Recipes, Crafts, and Other Homemade Adventures
The Hands-On Home: A Seasonal Guide to Cooking, Preserving & Natural Homekeeping
If you clean and organize a little differently or feel like you’re not a ‘naturally’ organized person
Listful Thinking: Using Lists to Be More Productive, Successful and Less Stressed
What’s a Disorganized Person to Do?
Organizing Solutions for People with ADHD : Tips and Tools to Help You Take Charge of Your Life and Get Organized
New Order: A Decluttering Handbook for Creative Folks (and Everyone Else)
Simple Household Wisdom: 425 Easy Ways to Clean & Organize Your Home
If you feel uninspired or discontent with where you are and are struggling with starting the process
Make Room for What You Love: Your Essential Guide to Organizing and Simplifying
The Perfectly Imperfect Home: How to Decorate and Live Well
Love the House You’re In: 40 Ways to Improve Your Home and Change Your Life
Habitat: The Field Guide to Decorating
And my book – perfect for cleaning up after you’ve done some decluttering and organizing!
The Organically Clean Home: 150 Everyday Organic Cleaning Products You Can Make Yourself–The Natural, Chemical-Free Way
Have a favorite to share? Tell us about it in the comments!
Love homekeeping books? My new book, SIMPLY CLEAN came out in March 2017 – it will definitely be a favorite homekeeping book!
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Thank you for this list! I have been following your blog for a while and bought your book last spring. Don’t mean to be dramatic, but it has been a life changer!! The book has become my cleaning “bible.” Finally, I feel like am getting control of my house and…sooner or later…I’ll be able to keep it clean and organized without devoting my life to it. The best, best part is how much calmer it has made me feel. Thank you so much!
Becky SaysPost author
Aw, thank you so much Lynda!
LOL “cleaning bible” is the perfect way to describe your book! Mine sits in the drawer with my dishcloths for easy reference. I save so much money on cleaning products now because I make my own and they work even better! I’ve recommended your book to many and am still working on my grown up daughter to take the plunge and make her own products.
Eleanor Pilcher Says
I probably need these! I’m trying to get more organised in my life! I use my Bullet Journal but it’s useless for things like cleaning, bills etc! haha!
EllesBellesGradBlog | Ellie x
Love, love, love your book! Life simplified! Thank you! I’ll be checking out several of these too…
b r SaysPost author
Thank you Amie!
Elaine Willis Says
I’m reading “Your Life Can Be Better: using strategies for Adult ADD/ADHD” by Douglas Puryear. I don’t have ADD/ADHD, but he has wonderfully practical ideas for staying on track.
Lisa Tracy Says
I have requested every book from my library. I have to wait on some of them, but hopefully this will help spur some organizing and some cleaning. Do you have suggestions for tweens who hate to clean? Cleaning & organizing doesn’t come naturally to me, and my daughter has taken after me in that area. I love the feel of a clean house, especially when it’s my house!!
b r SaysPost author
Clean right along with her to start – show her your tips and tricks and after not too long she’ll be doing it on her own (hopefully 😉