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I bought this book along with his other one "It's All too Much!".
I realize it will take serious work to improve something that has taken me a lifetime to "mess up", but I feel like I now have a plan to make it happen!
If your clutter has taken over your life and left you too exhausted to be healthy, take time to read Peter Walsh's books.
I love the message and the delivery. I love Peter's way of "talking" to the reader with love but no nonsense. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Cindi
So far so good, just started listening to the audio, but very interesting. Thanks.Published 10 days ago by chris c. wilson
The author of this book has obviously never been fat and he makes it clear that he finds fat repulsive. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Easter Trabulse
Life changing. Easy to understand but profound. Funny when appropriate. Highly recommended. This is one of those books that truly can make a difference.Published 3 months ago by Gail Price
i love peter!! there is some NEW information and motivation in there that is refreshing and surprising and i'm thrilled. my thinking has changed. Read morePublished 4 months ago by W. holthaus
I strongly believe that clutter in your enviroment causes stress and that causes over eating, especially junk food. A calm atmosphere helps keep a person calm.Published 6 months ago by Doris L. Mason
It's not a revolutionary book, but I did read it to the end and made some positive changes in my own house and especially the kitchen. Read morePublished 6 months ago by L. A. Stonack
Who would have thought that there is a correlation between clutter and being fat? This book encourages you to delete clutter one closet or room at a time and thus your butt won't... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Elaine L Flowers
A lot of work to implement what he says. Also, it involves a lot of writing, so I would get the hardcover version (I bought the kindle version). Read morePublished 9 months ago by chad yager