Get Organized! - Authors and Editors of Instructables

Get Organized!

By Authors and Editors of Instructables

  • Release Date: 2010-12-07
  • Genre: Lifestyle & Home
Score: 3.5
From 572 Ratings


Get Organized gives you full step-by-step instructions for 27 simple projects to get your life in order.  Learn how to make modular storage bins out of water jugs, build your own peg board tool card, and keep your wardrobe sorted!  All projects come from, are written by home organizational experts, and contain pictures for each step so you can easily do it yourself.


  • Ideas for the bored

    By iamlindalee
    Thought I’d learn a few things about getting organized. Not. Perhaps great projects to keep your 8year old occupied. Did not find anything of interest for me. Fortunately, it can be deleted, but unfortunately, not gone-gone.
  • Creative

    By B.B Tennessee
    I like some of the ideas that this book gives. It's good that use recycled stuff for creativity. :)
  • Wow

    By JenCorbin
    There are a lot of great organising tips in here I know I am sure to use. They will help me keep my daily life more organised . Thank you!
  • Okay

    By D1dra
    It was an okay book, but I feel I could find this on the Internet. Nonetheless it was easy to follow.
  • Get Organized

    By Nunuvat
    Some good ideas from using inexpensive or scrap material to organize the house. It seems a little crude for some projects, but for people who need to start getting organized, this book offers some creative ideas.
  • Get organized

    By Duchess mocha
    Some helpful , some not but a good read
  • Redundant And out there

    By KaTie0005
    Pages and pages of strange ways to diy organization
  • Hilarious!

    By Funjend
    Awesome! I laughed for twenty minutes straight. If you can... try and make it to the jeans hanger. Priceless. Useless. But priceless.
  • What are they thinking?

    By Spanky D. Rascal
    This book is terrible. As others have noted, it shows you how to take your clutter and make it into organized, but still unsightly, clutter. Their idea of a cure is worse than the disease. This book does have one redeeming quality: the projects are so terrible and ridiculous, you'll bust a gut laughing at them. Glad it was free.
  • impressive

    By Asvv
    All I learned is that people will go to great lengths to make things that are unattractive and pretty useless.