Unclutterer updates

This week has been incredibly exciting in our Unclutterer world and I’m eager to share the details.

First up, I signed a contract for a second organizing book. The working title is Never Too Busy to Cure Clutter and it is scheduled for an early 2016 release. I had a burning desire not to rewrite my first book, so this one took awhile to develop and find the right home for it. It’s full color and fun and will be a visual processor’s delight. I’m working with Harlequin Non-Fiction for this book, which at first might seem like an odd choice, but is actually perfection. Harlequin understands digital better than any other publisher out there, and I wanted the digital version of my book to be as amazing as the print version.

My editor for this book and I have such a similar vision for Never Too Busy to Cure Clutter that it is a little creepy. It will feature hundreds of projects you can complete in as little as 30 seconds, a minute, five minutes, all the way up to full weekend activities. There are quizzes and inspiring quotes and the whole book makes you want to get up off your tushy and get organized — even when you’re pressed for time. I am so excited about being able to make this book for you and others who are interested in finding more organization and less clutter in their lives.

My second announcement is that I’m a featured expert in the August 2014 issue of Real Simple Magazine. I answer a series of readers’ questions about topics ranging from photographs to refrigerators. If you are a subscriber, you should have received the issue earlier this week in your mailboxes. If you aren’t a subscriber, you can get the August issue on newsstands today. The feature begins on page 77 with a drawing of me that doesn’t include a single wrinkle (you’re welcome to pencil those in around my eyes if you prefer authenticity).

I am very thankful to Real Simple for including me in their Ask the Organizer series. I believe I’m the eighth organizer, and they are featuring 12 this year. The feature has been terrific, and I recommend checking out the advice from each month for some amazing tips.

There is also a possibility I’ll be in another issue of the magazine this fall. I’ll keep you posted as we get closer to that publication date.

2 Comments for “Unclutterer updates”

  1. posted by Elaine on

    Awesome Erin!!!! I will definitely put that on my ‘must get’ book list. I have been grateful for your advice and utilizing information from this site and others in working with my ADHD clients. I am just starting to move my efforts from amateur to professional after finishing ADDCA.com coach training. Clearing the chaos in our space definitely helps clear it from our minds.

  2. posted by Juana on

    I read your article in Real Simple magazine, which is why I’m on this blog right now. I loved everything you said and it all applied to me, except for the children’s school projects as I am now an empty nester. Especially when reading the refrigerator section. I thought, “How has she come over and looked into my fridge without my knowing it?” Lol. You had great ideas and I will be putting them to use. Keep up the awesome work and I’m looking forward to reading your blog and your new book.

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