Top Housekeeping and Organizing Books

Books about cleaning and organizing our homes scream at us from the shelves. They offer the hope that someone else's brilliant ideas can help us get our own homes in order. Before you browse the bookstore's selection of cleaning and organizing books, take a look at our top 7 picks.

  • 01 of 07

    If you've ever dreamed about actually hiring a housekeeper to help alleviate the work load in your home, this book has information you can't miss out on. Kathy Fitzgerald Sherman gives a well-written and concise guide to every aspect of hiring a housekeeper. Figure out if you need a housekeeper, how to hire a reliable housekeeper, what to expect from hired help and more.

  • 02 of 07

    Denise Schoefield has hundreds of tips and ideas for making a home run more smoothly. Practical suggestions for every part of your home are logically organized in this book, making it easy to find the ideas you need. Denise also covers scheduling and calendering a family in depth.

  • 03 of 07

    This workbook attracts the eye immediately with its well-designed sections and divided categories of the home. The full-color photographs are dazzling and motivating. Each section of the book begins with a questionnaire and then takes the reader through all the steps needed to complete every organizing project in the home.

  • 04 of 07

    Linda Cobb, The Queen of Clean, has combined 3 of her bestselling books into a complete manual for laundry, cleaning, organizing and more. Linda is to the point and humorous with her practical advice for improving your home.

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  • 05 of 07

    Learn nine basic organizing principles that can change your disorganized life. Find out not only about cleaning and organizing, but also about stress management, dealing with change, and managing time.

  • 06 of 07

    Pam Young and Peggy Jones are two sisters who have revolutionized cleaning and organizing. Their system of 3x5 notecards promises to deliver all SHEs from CHAOS. With minimal supplies and mop buckets full of humor, these sidetracked sisters conquer the most distracted housekeepers' obstacles.

  • 07 of 07

    The founder of Messies Anonymous is here with help for the struggling homemakers. With simple practical tips to help conquer clutter and mess, Sandra Felton has created a handbook for the hopeless.

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