Friday, September 18, 2009

Enough Already – Book #83

| Title | Enough Already: clearing mental clutter|
| | to become the best you
| Author | Peter Walsh |
| Genre | Nonfiction |
| Pages | 271 |
| Publisher | Free Press |
| Copyright | 2009 |

Synopsis (from web-site)
Peter Walsh, an organizer and designer from TLC's Clean Sweep, knows how to eliminate clutter. Here, Walsh tackles the masses of mental clutter that inundate people daily. Walsh guides listeners through the irksome daily muss and fuss toward thorough self-improvement

Why I read It
I love everything about decluttering and simple living so I read all the books I can about the subject. Don Aslett is another good source for this topic.

The Good
Great advice, that in my experience, we all need. I have yet to meet a truly decluttered person.

The Bad
More about the psychology behind the mental clutter in our lives rather than the nitty gritty details..

The Ugly (my opinion)
An informative read which I can pretty much guarantee will have something to help you within its pages.

The Truth? (other reviews)
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Author BiographyPeter Walsh (born 1956) is an Australian-born professional organizer, writer and television personality who resides in Los Angeles. Walsh was born in rural Victoria and was educated at Salesian College (Rupertswood). He holds a master's degree with a specialty in educational psychology. He has been an organizational consultant for the past 12 years. His clients have included numerous Fortune 500 companies as well as private individuals and he has been president and CEO of an international training and development company. As an author, Walsh has written two books, How to Organize (Just About) Everything and, most recently, It's All Too Much. Among other programs, Walsh is a regular on Oprah. Walsh was an organizer on the TLC program Clean Sweep. On April 2, 2009 it was announced he will host a talk show on future channel OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network, which is to be launched in 2010.

1 comment:

Lena said...

I really love Peter Walsh. And I loved Clean Sweep. I have seen a couple interviews with him, and he seems like a real down to earth kind of guy.