In our fast-paced society, parents perform many roles: chauffeur, playmate, counselor, chef, disciplinarian, referee, teacher, advocate, allergist, lawyer, coach, religious guide, dermatologist, psychiatrist, and more!!! Each day is filled to the brim with things to do. We are committed to various activities (including something called earning a living). And, more than likely, our children are also involved in their own activities. Along the way, we collect “stuff” as we sail through our daily lives. Before we know it, our house, car, or office can become cluttered with stuff that we intended to use, throw away, read, or store somewhere else. And, clutter in your environment can clutter your mind. Using practical, easy-to-use ideas and tips, Professional Organizer Angela Black Powell explains:The negative effects of living a disorganized lifeHow to organize paper clutterTips for organizing your kids’ clothes, toys, schoolworkWays to manage your time more effectivelyHow to reduce stress during the holidaysAnd More!!!Make a commitment to yourself to stop feeling rushed, overwhelmed, and disorganized. Use the tips in this book to help you rid your surroundings (and your mind) of clutter. You will find that when you have less mess, you will become less stressed.