Peter Walsh, of The Oprah Winfrey Show and TLC’s Clean Sweep, has put his cleaning expertise to the ultimate, digital test with the release of Get Organized! with Peter Walsh. The iPhone/iPad app unclutters our inner-packrat and leaves nothing behind, but organized shelves and impeccably clean closets.
Available on iTunes for $5.99, the app is a step-by-step guide on how to organize and tidy any space. Get Organized! features a series of 20 interactive videos narrated by Mr. Walsh, and a variety of quizzes and tips to tackle even your toughest clutter issues; participants can also capture before and after pictures while drawing out the exact location for every last end table and lamp.
Get Organized! encourages all members of the family to get involved and evaluate their homes with a common “vision,” and Mr. Walsh is right there—in your hand(s)—guiding your creativity and cheering you along the way. Through four simple steps (surveying each room, assessing the amount of clutter, taking action and maintaining the cleanliness), every household member can craft each space to suit their everyday needs.
The only drawback to accessing this knowledge is the exclusivity of Get Organized! - only those who own an iPad or iPhone can utilize this new tool, making it inaccessible to a majority of the population (though I’m confident a-friend-of-a-friend has at least one Apple device you can borrow if you promise to clean their home, too).
Despite its exclusivity, the extremely helpful and relevant tips Mr. Walsh provides turns havoc into harmony, and are the highlight of Get Organized!. A few of my favorites—The Trash Bag Tango, the Five Minute Purge and Keep Flat Surfaces Clean—will kick your clutter habits.
Get Organized! with Peter Walsh guarantees to turn a traditionally, overwhelming chore into an uplifting, organizational experience. So Get Organized! today with a little help from Peter Walsh, and say goodbye to chaos and confusion, and hello to a tranquil home environment that will leave everyone feeling more peaceful and centered.
(Note: The views expressed in this blog post are those of the author, and do not necessarily represent those of The Housekeeping Channel, LLC.)