If you’re the type of person that loses everything and your room is a mess, then this is the book for you. The author is a Japanese organizing consultant who works with hundreds of people and families to change their lifestyle for the better. In her book, she discusses how she approaches reorganizing and reshaping your life in the household and at work. She walks you through her exact process, telling you step-by-step how to approach the reorganization process. She talks through several examples of her clients which creates a nice connection for the reader. Additionally, she attacks each type of item and how to discard what isn’t necessary. Her main point is to keep only the things that “bring you joy.” It makes sense. Why wouldn’t you want to fill your house with only the things that you love.
The book is an easy read, and goes by fast. Additionally, the way the book is organized is that you can potentially skip around, and find specific items and how to organize them. I was already a very organized person, but still found great benefit from this book. If you are organized, don’t think that you don’t need to read this book. You will love it the most. On the other hand, if you aren’t vey organized and constantly find yourself losing things, then you need this book. You will get the most benefit and in the end will find yourself happy that you took the time to read it.