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PostPosted: Thu 14 Oct, 2004 9:52 am    Post subject: Re: self-help books for tidy rooms Reply with quote

originally posted by llizard on Aug 18, 04 - 7:47 AM


MrsBrown wrote:
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: but where is the book that's called "How to get your kid to keep his
: room tidy for more than an hour...and keep it that way"?
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I would like the sequel to that book please.

"How to get yourself to keep your study tidy for more than and hour...and keep it that way"

The walking track to the computer in this room is growing smaller and smaller and seeming more and more canyon-like.


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PostPosted: Thu 14 Oct, 2004 9:52 am    Post subject: Re: Re: self-help books for tidy rooms Reply with quote

originally posted by CAM on Aug 20, 04 - 2:20 AM

My office is beginning to look like the scenes in movies after someone has broken into a room to search it thoroughly, leaving chaos behind. I actually took a two-hour tidyness seminar once. It was excellent. My room was tidy for a couple of weeks. I still remember some of the techniques. Remember yes, practise no.

P.s. I thought it was quite funny to see someone at the course that I knew to be already very very tidy. She thought the course was terrible. I think she probably were hoping for a course in "advanced tidyness." wink


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