New 'organizing' book
Oh dear--Julie Morgenstern has a new book out. Something... SHED approach.
In it she makes more of a distinction between de-cluttering--which you may need to do to "break free" of various issues and develop or find your goal--vs. organizing, which is what you do when you know what your goal is.
Well, that is her premise, at any rate, and part of the schtick for the book. She also purports to take a more measured approach than some recent frantic de-cluttering gurus.
If you find the right review, you can probably get as much as by reading the book.
Also I recently read a piece on how we avoid things if we have too much time to do them, by procrastinating down to the time sliver actually needed-- as well as too little time--we know we can't complete something--sort of discussing how to line up the optimal time chunks for various jobs and that the more you can recognize that, the better use of your time. In some ways that seems obvious, but the first part, how it can be counterproductive to tackle something with too much time allowed--is interesting.