Sunday, 25 October 2015

book review - Kitchen Decluttering, by Charity Grant

This book does exactly what it says in the title. It delivers a simple, structured, foolproof plan for decluttering your kitchen. There are no weird philosophies, no demands that you become a true believer - it's logical, straightforward and beautifully organised. Each day's task is quite manageable, there are no requirements to sign up for expensive services or buy fancy equipment or products - most tasks require nothing but the rubbish bin, some soapy water and a cloth or sponge.

I have read many organisational books and in my opinion, this one is one of the best. I particularly liked that it didn't make any extravagant claims. Grant doesn't promise to change your life, find you True Love or any of that. She tells you how to declutter your kitchen, period.

As far as the actual execution goes, it's well and clearly written and beautifully structured and organised. The presentation is extremely professional and all round, if it's fixing up the kitchen that's needed I cannot think of a better resource to have. This book is going into my permanent resources shelf.

Kitchen Decluttering is available from AMAZON.

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