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How to Manage Your Home Without Losing Your Mind: Dealing with Your House's Dirty Little Secrets Paperback – 8 Nov 2016
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About the Author
Dana K. White is a blogger, podcaster, speaker, and (much to her own surprise) a decluttering expert. She taught both English and theatre arts before leaving her job to make her family her life's work. In an attempt to get her home under control, Dana started blogging as "Nony" (short for anonymous) at A Slob Comes Clean. Dana soon realized she was not alone in her housekeeping struggles and in her feelings of shame. Today, Dana shares realistic home management strategies and a message of hope for the hopelessly messy through her blog, weekly podcasts, and videos. Dana lives with her husband and three kids just outside of Dallas, Texas. Oh, and she's funny.
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Please do not spend your money on this. The first 5 chapters or so just bang on at you to wash your dishes because that’s whats going to solve everything.
It’s very repetitive. Frustratingly so. Very boring and absolutely no help. ( at least to me). I cannot understand how it even came to be a full book. The appendix in the back was the only ok thing about it.
Might be harsh but just wasted 7 quid.....
But one thing puzzles me. From looking at a number of cleaning books it seems that Americans never iron. Everything is tumble dried then folded. Expensive on electricity. Do they all live in slightly rumpled looking clothes with folding creases in them? I hang as much as possible on hangers and dry outdoors if possible. But this means the laundry cannot be finished as quickly as the tumble dry, no iron method. Is there a British version of Dana who can solve this problem?