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Nice approach, though short. Could be fleshed out much further. More depth and detail on developing a plan would be helpful.Published 3 months ago by DAVID M. THRUSTON
This book really didn't have anything different than other books like it and similar to it. If you have looked at one "declutter house and life" book then you have... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Michael and Kimberly
It was simple and to the point. Didn't feel that there was a lot of "meat" to the book. Certainly a quick read and sensiblePublished 18 months ago by sailpatti
Quick read with basic tips to declutter my home and begin decreasing anxiety from it all and start enjoying peace of clutter-free today.Published 21 months ago by Henry Sibley III
Some pretty good ideas... do-able for me.
I'm already beginning my de-cluttering.
Starting small and allowing enough time to finish without interruptions.
This book is the real deal! I've been already dealing with the problem for a while that my living space was full of stuff that I don't need and just takes away space. Read morePublished on June 27, 2013 by Michael Stein
A common faulty thought pattern I have is, "Unless I can clean my entire office why even get started?". Wrong! Read morePublished on June 27, 2013 by Liz Reads
Picked up this book today just to get some ideas on how to organize my new house. It's a small home, so I need to do everything I can to keep it clutter-free. Read morePublished on June 27, 2013 by David
I really enjoyed reading this and it helped to concrete my beliefs that decluttering is a good thing to do even though it can get extremely overwhelming at times.Published on June 4, 2013 by Karen Lueken