The book is written in short, two page "tips". I wrote many of them down, as they were really good for me to write and post to see. Reminders are helpful, and I need all the help I can get!
Here are some of the tips I found helpful for me, in no particular order:
2. One thing at a time. Don't look at the big picture, focus on one idea, task or job at a time.
3. BREATHE. When you start to feel overwhelmed and are amping up, breathe.
4. Declutter your body. Get dressed every day, take the time to care for yourself. Why care about investing time and energy in your home if you don't care enough to do it for yourself?
5. Develop daily, weekly, monthly and annual lists of "to do's" for your home.
6. STOP perfecting, START bettering. This is a big one for me, stop aiming for mastery at every little thing and look at the overall picture of bettering your environment. Don't set yourself up for failure.
8. It's just a problem. Whatever you are facing at home that is making your life more stressful, remember it's just a problem. Keep it in perspective.
9. Do it the EASY way. Make routines and tasks easy to accomplish. No one wants to maintain things that are hard and labor intensive.
10. Put a trash can in EVERY room. Don't make it harder than you need to in order to keep the trash where it needs to be.