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The Home Edit Workbook

The Home Edit Workbook

A Netflix Original Series.



The New York Times bestselling authors of The Home Edit and The Home Edit Life.

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 and your home office desk to arranging the apps on your phone by colour. The workbook is structured so you can tackle one challenge a week or breeze through your whole home in a few months.

Included:
– Helpful organization tips and tricks
– Space for writing checklists, shopping lists, and to-do lists
– Activities that help you accomplish your goals at your own pace
– Writing prompts for capturing memories connected to the things you own
– Peel-able gold star stickers to mark your progress

Clea and Joanna are here to help you edit your life and keep it that way.

‘Move over, Marie Kondo – Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin are the professional organisers the A-list now let rifle through their drawers.’ – Sunday Times Style
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Genre: Lifestyle, Sport & Leisure

On Sale: 2nd March 2021

Price: £16.99

ISBN-13: 9781784727697

Reviews

Whether you're a movie star with a 10,000-square foot home or someone looking to maximize space in your kitchen pantry, anyone can use tricks of the trade to organize more efficiently, according to Teplin and Shearer.
ABC News
Move over, Marie Kondo - Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin are the professional organisers the A-list now let rifle through their drawers.
Sunday Times Style
If you ever see an incredibly organized pantry or enviably neat closet from your favourite celebrity on Instagram, it's probably the work of Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin, co-founders of The Home Edit. These professional home organization experts-yes, that's a thing!-live for color-coded shelves, matching baskets, and labeled jars to help their A-list clients achieve organization nirvana.
The Today Show
Queer Eye for cupboards
The Telegraph