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Good Organizing Programs?

Posted by trilobite (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 25, 11 at 13:02

Are there any good organizing programs right now that I don't know about? In the past I enjoyed:

Life Laundry.

House Doctor. (Technically a staging show, but covered a lot of organizing territory, including the emotional issues.)

Clean House, the Niecy Nash era.

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RE: Good Organizing Programs?

I still like Clean House (with or without Niecy) and Hoarders. Both help to motivate me. Hey if THOSE SLOBS can clean up, I can do so easily!!!

RE: Good Organizing Programs?

There was a show called Neat (easy to remember!) on Discovery. It was simple and single-minded: declutter a room or set of rooms over a two-day period. The host was a wee bit condescending at times, if I recall. It's probably gone away to make room for more dramatic options.

A little off-track: I'm not a huge fan of Nate Berkus - even before Oprah launched him on America - but he has a clear POV about organization relative to design. There's always that sweetheart Martha Stewart.

RE: Good Organizing Programs?

I haven't seen this but I saw Peter on Nate and he has a show on OWN called Enough Already.

Here is a link that might be useful: Peter Walsh - Enough Already

RE: Good Organizing Programs?

I love Enough Already! I am using that as my "mantra" when I shop. I'll look at something and tell myself - I have enough already. Do I NEED this?

90% of the time the answer is NO.

I'm redirecting $$ I used to spend on stuff I don't need to healing massages. I'm doing a series of 6 specific treatments of deep tissue massage to correct my mild scoliosis. After 3 sessions the results are amazing.

So I've traded more clutter for better health. And Enough Already helped me make it all click to work for me!

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