Book Review

Book Review: I can’t Clean, Don’t Make Me! by Dixie Lee Johnson

BLURB

Are you overworked, physically challenged or just a plain lazy individual who hates to clean but wants to live in tidier surroundings? There are many clever tricks along the way in these writings without taking one’s life too seriously. It’s almost an autobiographical look at the author’s journey through time raising two little boys who make this single parent jump through hoops while trying to manage a really messy house. The stories are sometimes humorous and other times disastrous. Yet the solutions put forth are amazingly simple. You cannot finish this book without consciously or subconsciously incorporating some of the suggestions into your own lifestyle.

REVIEW

Cover: 5/5
Title: 5/5
Blurb: 4.5/5
Presentation: 4.5/5
Plot: 4.5/5
Final Rating: 4.5/5
The cover is just perfect. I haven’t seen a better cover in respect with the content of the book. There’s an image of a girl lying on a Sofa with everything messed up all around.
The title is intriguing as it talks about a lazy, or I should say a healthy way to conquer the mess you make.
The blurb makes a reader to pick this book and read it. It adds to the curiosity.
This book talks about organising yourself, your time, your mess and many other things. The beginning chapter talks about How the things should be done on time. Then the book talks about some particular areas, like Sleep, Paperwork etc etc.
After reading this book, you will know how to be more productive, and keep everything clean in your house, your office and life. This book has many rules but they will only be useful if you try to work on it.
This book is enlightening read. The language is simple and easy to understand.
Overall it’s kind of a self help book. This book is recommended to everyone who wish to organise their life, no matter how clumsy it is. This book will definitely help you.

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