From the "New York Times" bestselling author and TLC host, a guide to getting organized, getting on track, and figuring it all out
Today's teens have a lot going on -- from what after-school activities to choose, to what college to go to, to what job to get, the list of things to do and think about is huge. And the amount of junk -- mental and literal -- that accumulates is even bigger.
So what to do with it all? "New York Times" bestselling author and organizational guru Peter Walsh will give you the steps you need to keep what is necessary, purge what is not, and organize and prioritize everything in between.
IN THIS BOOK YOU WILL: - learn how to identify your clutter, whether it be mental, physical, internal, or external
- discover, in four easy steps, how to declutter your space and your life
- apply these skills of identifying and removing clutter to all aspects of your life, including goals, schoolwork, after-school activities, and relationships with family and friends
- encounter tons of fun and timely quizzes, pop-out summaries, and stories from teens
So pick up this book and dive in to learn how to get started, get finished, and answer the most important question you can ask yourself while decluttering your life