Jun 6, 2009 - Announcements, Blog, Personal    19 Comments

Sorting It Out: From packrat to full-time RVer


What obstacles are keeping you from doing what you want? What are your excuses for not living your dream life?

The author’s problem was her stuff.

This ebook chronicles how decluttering and organization helped a packrat to claim the life of her dreams and hit the road as a full-time RVer at the age of 29.

Now available for 3.95USD.

What others have to say about Sorting It Out:

Her e-book is full of valuable ideas on how to declutter and get organized […] I learned a lot from this book! (Andy Baird, Travels With Andy)

You’re guaranteed to enjoy Rae’s easy and delightful writing style. (Marianne Edwards, Frugal RV Travel)

Nice layout, good flow, and your writing style is friendly, one-on-one and concise. You need to write more ebooks! (Les Doll, RVer’s Corner)

Very well written, very clear and well organized. I was an editor in a previous life, and can honestly say you an excellent job. (Louise Hornor, Our Odyssey)

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  • Good luck with the e-book!!! Congrats.

    Personally I think you have the skills to become a life coach/personal organizer. You’d be great!

    Miss you… Dee (Orleans/Hull)

  • Thanks!

    I don’t think I have quite the necessary self-confidence yet, but I’m getting there. 🙂

    Miss you guys, too!!!

    Miss Reitmans, too. 🙂

  • Hello Rae,
    Just finished reading your ebooks and found them to be inspirational. You’ve motivated me to look at some of my own bad habits that still slow me down and hold me back. The companion ebook is great too — full of detailed helpful tips. I’lll be posting a review on my website to promote them to others who want to get out there and live life now!
    Great job!

  • Marianne, thank you so much for your kind words!

  • Great e-books! The ideas and path taken to get there is very useful information. I definitely have some new thoughts to proceed with my own efforts.

    Thanks for the info, and the list of sources for the organization stuff. 🙂

  • Rae,
    From the page with your Sorting It Out book, I tried to click on the boondocking in Arizona book, and got an error message from my Browser, as follows. Seems like its reading an extra “H” in the link. Just figured you’d like to know.

    Firefox doesn’t know how to open this address, because the protocol (hhttp) isn’t associated with any program.

  • Yup, there is an extra h there. Fixed. Thanks, Dan!

  • […] Had that moment fallen flat, I might never have had the courage or self-assurance to blog about my life on the road, much less to publish my ebook Sorting It Out. […]

  • […] By Rae on December 9, 2009 From now until January 10, 2010, my ebook Sorting It Out (with bonus) is available for the low price of […]

  • […] designer; please check out her website http://www.ambergoodwin.com. She whipped up a nice cover for my ebook! Thanks, […]

  • […] exist right now. By keeping my rig relatively decluttered, I can, as I wrote in my ebook Sorting It Out, make room for things that matter. Until I find a human dishwasher, the things that matter include […]

  • […] it turns out, once organized, always organized. In just an hour, I put my whole home back together. Things aren’t all in the same place, but […]

  • any chance u can get ur books into a kindle version, might be a pain, but I hate to haul hard copy if I can get digital

  • Actually, all my titles are ebooks, available in PDF format and readable on most ereaders.

  • […] I awoke wondering yet again about how much ‘stuff’ I really need. Yes, five years later, I’m still Sorting It Out. […]

  • Saw your post on Apartmenttherapy.com today and I am going to download your ebook on my Kindle when I get home tonight. I can’t wait to read it!

  • […] something about the fall that makes people nest. I sell more copies of Sorting It Out between September and December than I do the rest of the year […]

  • Can your books be downloaded to my Kindle? I’m electronically challenged, so please forgive my ignorance if this is a silly question.
    I enjoyed reading your blog, and miss it, but do understand the need for some privacy. I appreciate your down to earth comments about your life on wheels. I am a 73 yr old woman who travels solo part time in my small RV. I love the life, but am not as gutsy as you. I learned a lot from your blog. You Rock, Rae!
    Hope you have a wonderful winter in the Southwest. If you pass through Sacramento on the way and want a cup of coffee give my email a shout.

  • Betty, I just emailed you the link to buy SIO directly from Amazon to be sent automatically to your Kindle.

    Thank you for your kind words! I don’t know if I’ll ever be in Sacramento, but if I am I will take you up on that offer, thanks!

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