Stop being a slave to stuff!
An internationally acclaimed expert provides a total program for conquering ALL the clutter in your life
Maximize your life by minimizing what's in it with "Miracle Worker" Harriet Schechter's tried-and-tested techniques for eliminating clutter. Let Go of Clutter answers the most frequently asked question, "Why do we keep all this stuff?" and shows you how to let go of clutternot just reorganize it.
Based on Schechter's two decades of helping thousands of people worldwide get uncluttered, Let Go of Clutter explains why "stuff" seems so hard to let go of and demonstrates how to shed objects and information without anxiety or regret. This fresh approach to clearing our cluttered lives provides a painless process for letting go and shows you how to overcome future clutter by managing the innate urge to acquire and accumulate.
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Dispensing equal doses of help, hope, and humor, Harriet Schechter provides effective and realistic options for anyone juggling too much stuff, too many decisions, and too little time. Featuring easy-to-use forms and checklists to help you decide what to jettison and what to keep, Let Go of Clutter also includes action plans to lighten your load by conquering all types of clutter past, present, and future.
I feel so much wiser and more effective after reading this book.
I can now throw things out with out the guilt, because I know why or why I don't keep something. Read more
I love the common-sense approach to handling clutter and the humor that helped me see how I could apply the steps in this book. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Joan H Edwards
Useful if you need to do organization research or you are doing a project. Wouldn't spend too much on this though as it was of limited value to me once I finishedPublished 21 months ago by J. Rabbit
This book goes over all the ways to get rid of your clutter. It help a lot.
Try it today.
I was so relieved to get this book. I actually got it for a school project, but I found that it could do so much more. With a large family, clutter is everywhere. Read morePublished on October 15, 2010 by Rebecca Graf
I found this book amazingly helpful and another person who saw me read this, it never dawned on her that she might actually be rid of stuff in her life. Read morePublished on September 2, 2010 by Yukio
I got this book at the library and liked it so much that I ordered it. Well written, good organization.Published on May 22, 2010 by M. Linda Hopp
I've read a lot of books on this topic, and this is one of my favorites. I have turned to it many times since the initial reading, and I always find something new to take away from... Read morePublished on January 8, 2009 by S. Dickmyer