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November 9, 2011

The Ultimate Life Organizer Review

I chose to review the Ultimate Life Organizer this time because believe it or not, I really needed it. We live in a 2 bedroom apartment and with all of this blogging and both of the kids in school, the place gets disorganized easily. 

When I first received the organizer book, I wasn't sure what to expect. But as I started flipping through the pages and reading some of it, I was really surprised at the contents of the book. This IS the ultimate life organizer. 

This book inspired me and gave me lots of visions for out home, but the only problem with my visions is that it would cost money to make them happen. We are going through a rough time right now and can't really afford to buy anything. Things should start picking up next week, so maybe then I can achieve some of my visions. 

One problem area we had in this apartment is the bathroom in the hallway. The kids dirty clothes always got left on the bathroom floor and they wouldn't get picked up until it was time to do laundry. The bathroom is a very important spot to me and I would want it to look nice and have lots of space. Unfortunately, since we live in an apartment, our bathrooms don't have much space. One thing that I really wish we had (that's actually included in the organizer as a tip) is a over the toilet style etagere. The linen closet is in the hall bathroom but I use that to store all of my bath items (lotion, body wash, shampoo, etc). There is a bigger space at the bottom of the closet which I though would be a great place for a rolling cart for dirty laundry. That solves my dirty laundry on the floor problem! 

This organizer also gives tips for kids' rooms and playrooms, which was another problem area of ours. There is a master household chore list which would definitely come in handy around here. There are tips for clearing clutter, tips on creating a system for school papers, tips on setting up a morning routine, which would be great for me since I get up with the kids in the morning for school. There is a spot in the back of the organizer for notes as well as a expandable pocket for papers. 

If you need tips on organizing, this is the only book you'll need. This book covers everything you will need to get started clearing and organizing the clutter in your home.

You can purchase the Ultimate Life Organizer from Peter Pauper Press for $17.95



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