Start Spring Cleaning with These Fresh Reads

March 29, 2016 • Featured, Fresh Reads

Spring Cleaning on Scribd

It’s the beginning of spring, and we’re starting fresh. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be sharing books to help you renew and revamp your lifestyle. From spring cleaning to healthy eating, these are the best books on Scribd to help you spring forward.

First up? We’re tackling spring cleaning. We’ve rounded up the freshest reads to get your domain reorganized and decluttered just in time for the sunny days ahead!

Spark Joy on Scribd

Spark Joy

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Fans of The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up will love Marie Kondo’s follow-up, where she dives deeper into the “KonMari” method and adds even more expert advice. Step-by-step vertical folding instructions to get that perfect drawer organization? Yes please. 

The Naturally Clean Home on Scribd

The Naturally Clean Home

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It’s a lot easier to tackle a deep clean when you don’t have to worry about getting woozy from all those chemical fumes. With over 150 recipes for homemade, all-natural herbal solutions, these green cleaning ideas will leave your home smelling as fresh as it looks.

Dirt on Scribd

Dirt

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This collection of short essays centered around keeping house is less of a how-to guide and more of an amusing look at the habits we keep—and those we don’t. It’s a great read between attempts at tackling that closet.

Unclutter Your Life in One Week on Scribd

Unclutter Your Life in One Week

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Depending on the extent of your clutter, achieving complete organization in just one week may seem impossible. But with her down-to-earth approach and useful, innovative suggestions, organization expert Erin Rooney Doland can make your uncluttered dreams a reality. (Psst—this title is available in March’s Scribd Selects!)

One Year to an Organized Life on Scribd

One Year to an Organized Life

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A busy person’s bible for ordering your life down to an efficient T, this guide is loaded with practical advice to decrease the stress of mess and increase your overall happiness.

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