Are you ready to listen to organising tips? These days there are so many ways to consume information, learn a new skill or simply pass the time. I have mentioned before that I am a big fan of audiobooks, partly because I learn best by listening. I know some people find it faster to read, but I would rather listen. So, while I’ve shared plenty of resources for those that want to read all about organising, I thought it was high time I shared some for the listeners out there.
Read on for great listening resources, like podcasts, radio interviews, audiobooks, and more.
But first, here’s my article about why I love to listen to audiobooks. It was part of my Joy in Us celebration of gratitude. Read it here.
Julie Cliff, from Space and Time, spoke with Iain Messer on his Messeround program. They covered so many topics, and shared so many tips. Find the interview here.
Another radio interview from Georgie Rees of Clutterfly. She spoke with Tim Webster on 2UE. Listen here.
The Art of Decluttering podcast by Amy Revell and Kirsty Farrugia is so easy to listen to, and packed with great tips.
On the subject of podcasts, here are a few more of my favourites…
Taking Control: the ADHD Podcast – so much more than just organising tips for people with ADHD
The Get-It-Done Guy’s Quick & Dirty Tips, for great productivity hacks
As for audiobooks, I can recommend
- ADD-Friendly Ways to Organize Your Life by Judith Kolberg and Kathleen Nadeau
- It’s All Too Much by Peter Walsh
- A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life’s Purpose by Eckhart Tolle
And finally, if you’d rather listen to music than words, check out my Pinterest board for Music to Declutter By
Do you have a favourite podcast or audiobook? Do you have a favourite song you like to turn up loud and declutter to?