Suncast Selects Vol. 1— Make Everyday Organization Effortlessly Entertaining
Everybody needs a little help getting organized sometimes! These are our picks for the best books, blogs, and beyond that make everyday organization effortlessly entertaining. Arm yourself with expert advice and you’ll have more time to spend doing what you love with family and friends!
Just released in January, Martha Stewart’s new book is bursting with wisdom from a woman who has become synonymous with elegant organization. We recommend you grab a copy on an e-reader device or reading app for your smart phone or tablet in order to keep clutter in your home to a minimum!
Tiny changes, remarkable results. That’s the beauty of Atomic Habits, a brilliant book that helps you tackle life goals both big and small. Author James Clear reminds us that projects that seem daunting at first can be accomplished as a series of smaller tasks that help build to productive habits over time. Plus, it’s also available via audiobook!
Nothing brings the community together quite like a homecooked, homegrown meal. In The Edible Garden, horticulturalist and journalist Alys Fowler steps into the city, sharing insights and inspiration to help urbanites become consummate gardeners from the comfort of their cozy apartment. Friendsgiving will never be the same!
Podcasts are a perfect way to power through the morning commute or flex your brain while cooking or cleaning around the house—and this is one of our favorites. Hosted by DIY dream team John and Sherry, this laidback series tackles topics ranging from renovations to decorations and so much more. New episodes arrive every Monday!
Sarah Stewart recently contributed to the Suncast blog, so maybe we’re a little bit biased—but her site, Life on Virginia Street, has been in our bookmarks bar since forever. There, she posts on a wide range of topics including decorating, design, DIY projects, fabric, fashion, food, music, paint, photography, travel, and more, and she never fails to inspire.
Hilarious and heartfelt, this 14-minute TED Talk comes from the perspective of a “master procrastinator,” chronicling the inner-workings of a mind that’s perpetually delaying decisive action. Set aside a couple of minutes and you’ll walk away with some surprisingly insightful tips to help you tackle your own to-do list.