The Home Edit: Feel Good Organizing Special Issue
NOW ON NEWSSTANDS IN THE US & CANADA!
The Home Edit: Feel-Good Organizing special issue is filled with fresh tips, tricks, and insider secrets to help readers organize their homes and make their lives better in the process. The magazine features The Home Edit’s signature approach to organizing with real-life projects and tons of design, décor and lifestyle ideas from founders Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin and the entire The Home Edit team.
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The Home Edit Workbook: Prompts, Activities, and Gold Stars to Help You Contain the Chaos
Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin are back with an inspiring, easy-to-use workbook to help you organize and maintain your living spaces. Here are 52 challenges for every room of the home—from organizing a junk drawer to measuring your cabinet for storage bins to arranging the apps on your phone by color. The workbook is structured so you can tackle one challenge a week or breeze through your whole home in a few months, including:
• Helpful organization tips and tricks
• Space for writing checklists, shopping lists, and to-do lists
• Activites that help you accomplish your goals at your own pace
• Writing prompts for capturing memories connected to the things you own
Clea and Joanna are here to help you home edit your life and keep it that way.
THE Home Edit Life: The No-Guilt Guide to Owning What You Want and Organizing Everything
At home or on the go, you don’t have to live like a minimalist to feel happy and calm. The Home Edit mentality is all about embracing your life–whether you’re a busy mom, a roommate living with three, or someone who’s always traveling for work. You just need to know how to set up a system that works for you.
In the next phase of the home organizing craze, Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin go beyond the pantry and bookshelf to show you how to contain the chaos in all aspects of your life, from office space and holiday storage to luggage and pet supplies. Get to know your organizing style, tailor it to your family’s lifestyle, and lead the low-guilt life as you apply more genius ideas to every aspect of your life.
Clea and Joanna are here to remind you that “it’s okay to own things” in the quest for pretty and smart spaces. With The Home Edit Life, you’ll soon be corralling phone cords, archiving old photos, arranging your phone apps by color, and packing your suitcase like a pro.
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THE Home Edit: A Guide to Organizing and Realizing Your House Goals
Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin believe that every single space has the potential to function and look beautiful at the same time–even the dreaded pantry or bedroom closet. Whether you live in an urban studio or a suburban three bedroom, learning the Home Edit System–a new approach to home organizing by thinking about your things in groupings and how they “flow” through your space–will completely transform the way you live. By editing every room and organizing your things in a functional way (which takes a little time and effort, but is key to a lasting effect), you’ll treasure your home more and save money by not buying what you already have.
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GET STARTED WITH YOUR OWN SET OF LABELS
Labeling is key to The Home Edit system, and in the back of the book, you’ll find a sheet of beautifully inscribed labels for organizing items in your refrigerator. The clear stickers are removable so you can change up the storage whenever you want.
ORGANIZE BY EXAMPLE
Speaking of labeling, Clea and Joanna take you through their own process by detailing more than 150 spaces with their trade secrets. With bright images that feature almost every kind of space—small or large—including pantries, fridges, closets, bathrooms, bedrooms, playrooms, and under the stairs and sink, you’ll take away so many ideas for your own rooms.
DISCOVER THE “LOW-BAR LIFESTYLE”
Clea and Joanna show you how to accomplish just about anything—including a meticulously arranged home. The key is starting with something achievable so that you succeed. Learn which space you should approach first so you stay motivated to finish the whole house (hint: it’s not a room); what storage items you need and how much to buy; and how you can get the whole family to pitch in—even the kids!