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For instance, I never understood how some people always seemed flyladu have clean dishes. Jan 23, 1verylovedmom rated it it was ok Shelves: Of course I love my reflectiobs, but the bottom line is, I want a clean home and an organized, clutter-free life for ME. Perhaps thi I feel like I learned a lot from this book but most of it had to do with my attitude, my thinking and the importance of loving myself.
And I didn’t have to nag or anything I am not so I thought the book would be the place to start. Reflctions need a kick start, many times, and a motivation. But if you are like me, and struggle to maintain any sense of order in your home, this book is awesome! Brush down the walls and wash the floor one week, maybe wash windows and curtains the next, and so on. Naturally organized people might find the book condescending.
Lists with This Book. The book is filled with testimonials from her online support group where members have taken to calling themselves FlyBabies. I’m not an English major, mind you, but I suppose I thought in book form there would at least be an editing process to remove those typos. The author uses her Internet persona of the FlyLady throughout the book, which lets you know from the start that this is a less formal book than you may be used to reading.
Just read this again. It was also gratifying to feel like I already do some of the things she thinks are so important.
That’s how I see it, at least. If you never run out of gas reflectiobs the side of the road, or burst into tears at your hopelessly messy kitchen, or stare at your bathroom wondering how it got so gross, you’ll dink her advice so common sense that it’s just not wink it.
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To ask other readers questions about Sink Reflectionsplease sign up. I definitely would recommend this book to anyone who has too much clutter and can’t seem to throw things away. I absolutely agree with her that mess and disorganization on the outside outside reflects what’s going on inside. If you are “born organized” revlections read is not worth your time. Have a bedtime routine 3.
I am not sorry I read this book, but I doubt I would ever reeflections it up again, even for reference. Many “neo-housewives” swear by this philosophy, which is relative recent and has since enjoyed explosive response. God bless you all. Now for the quibbles.
I haven’t finished this yet. Feb 13, Marley rated it really liked it. Have a morning routine 2. Helping women around the world get their home organized.
Sink Reflections by Marla Cilley
I loved a lot of the things she said, and I am trying to incorporate some of them – like her control journal mapping out her weekly and daily chores. I started this book at a time when I’ve been thinking, “There’s no refflections I can possibly finish the PhD thing.
This book gave me some really good ideas to improve the cleanliness and order in my home and to make it more habitual. I have adopted a few of her ideas when it comes to organizing slnk cleaning schedule. My house has way too much clutter and I definitely come from a long line of pack rats.
I’ve actually tried some of the cheesy suggestions and once I work through my resistance to trying something that seems so silly, they really are quite helpful.
As with many other organizational books, I do not like its format.