The thrifty organization guide that shows you what to keep and what to toss. Have you ever bought a duplicate of something when you couldn't find the one you already had at home? Have you ever held on to a brand-new jacket you know you'll never wear or found that the magazine subscription you didn't like was automatically renewed because you forgot to cancel it in time? Everyone knows that clutter can be unsightly and time-consuming, but it can also cost you money. Stop Throwing Money Away is the first guide that shows you how to get organized and save or make money at the same time. Step by step, room by room, you'll learn how to reduce, reuse, recycle, swap, sell, share and more as you streamline your possessions and your life. Explains the secrets of half-and-half organizing, showing you how to make money by paring what you own by half and plugging cash clutter traps by shopping at home Exposes the four ways our clutter makes us poor and how to change our habits and behavior Written by Jamie Novak, an organizing expert for iVillage and a regular contributor to Woman's World and Woman's Day . She has appeared on QVC and HGTV.
If you want a vase for flowers, recycle a glass jar. When you need more cupboard space, sell those expensive kitchen gadgets you never use. Whether you've got a little clutter or a lot, Stop Throwing Money Away is packed with indispensable ideas and time-saving tips that will help you find more money and simplify your life.
Jamie Novak is the World's Most Relatable Organizer TM who currently serves as an organizer for NBC's iVillage. You may have seen her on QVC with a line of home solution products or on HGTV's Mission: Organization . She's represented such industry leaders as Brother P-touch(R) and Febreze(R) for Procter & Gamble, and her tips have been featured in Everyday with Rachael Ray, Real Simple, All You, and Woman's Day . She is the author of three bestselling books: The Get Organized Answer Book, 1,000 Best Quick and Easy Time-Saving Strategies, and 1,000 Best Quick and Easy Organizing Secrets. When not on the road, Jamie is rotating her pantry, emptying her paper shredder, and searching for the mango slicer that mysteriously disappeared from her utensil drawer.