Bring Order to Your Life, Home and Routines with ‘Martha Stewart’s Organizing’ [REVIEW]

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Put your favorite things on display. Organize your home today! (Photo courtesy Canva)

Are you tired of living in chaos? Would you like to bring more order to your home, job, and family? If you don’t know where to start, America’s favorite homemaker has you covered! In a book filled with fabulous tips to streamline every aspect of your existence, Martha Stewart’s Organizing shows you how to clear the clutter so you can love your life again.

Martha Stewart's Organizing

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

I love to organize and am always looking for new ways to improve the disarray that can so easily find us. This seems particularly pertinent now, as we learn to do more living at home than ever before. During the COVID-19 epidemic, we’ve turned our domiciles into daycares, schools, gyms, offices, and more. Thus, the home front is becoming increasingly complicated with each new demand we make upon its space. That’s why Martha’s tips to conquer the clutter are timeless, useful, and in high demand.

Personally, I love all the calendars and charts she’s provided. They have helped me learn how to accomplish all the tasks I’ve always put off, thinking I’ll get to them later. By weaving these chores throughout the year—whether I’m doing my weekly chores, my seasonal cleaning, yard maintenance, or home improvements—she gives us helpful tips to accomplish the tasks easier, more efficiently, and oftentimes, without having to buy extra items to get jobs done. She’s also taught me to better care for our dog, organize rooms and closets, and plan meals according to what is in season at the farmer’s market. Now, my friends may wonder why I live by my check lists and calendars, but when they see the results in my home and that my life is better organized and always clean, I can tell them I learned from Martha, and it’s a good thing.

Now is the perfect time to add Martha Stewart’s Organizing to your personal library too. Using all her helpful hints will make quick use of your time, and before you know it, not only will you knock out your to-do list (or your spouse’s honey-do list) and you’ll even have time left over to plan something you want to do for yourself. Personally, after tackling my list today, a nap is looking mighty good about now!

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Martha Stewart is America’s most trusted lifestyle expert and teacher, as well as an Emmy Award-winning television show host, entrepreneur, and the author of more than 90 bestselling books on cooking, entertaining, homekeeping, gardening, weddings, and decorating.

Millions of people rely on Martha Stewart as a source of useful “how-to” information for all aspects of everyday living: cooking, entertaining, gardening, home renovating, collecting, organizing, crafting, healthy living, holidays, weddings, and pet care.

The Martha Stewart brand reaches approximately 100 million consumers across all media and merchandising platforms each month. Her branded products can be found in over 70 million households and have a growing retail presence in thousands of locations.

To find out more, visit, like her on Facebook, subscribe to her on YouTube, and follow her on TwitterPinterest, and Instagram.

By Martha Stewart
288 pp. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. $30.

Purchase Martha Stewart’s Organizing directly from Jathan & Heather’s Beach Reads Book Shop or at one of these other fine online retailers: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, Half Price Books, IndieBound, and Powell’s.

About Jathan Fink
Jathan is a journalist, philanthropist, and entrepreneur. He is also a travel junkie, foodie and jazz aficionado. A California native, he resides in Texas.

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