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It's All Too Much Workbook: The Tools You Need to Conquer Clutter and Create the Life You Want Paperback – April 21, 2009
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Part I focuses on the state of your house and general clutter and then narrows to a room by room analysis. Part II shifts to maintenance and how to keep clutter from coming back. Much of the book is common sense, but Peter asks questions from the simple: Do you know where your TV remote is? Are you being taken over by plastic grocery bags? How many magazines are in your house? to the heavier ones like have you unpacked all boxes from your last move? Do you have a storage facility? When was the last time you visited the facility? Do you know what is in your unit?
This book is interactive follow up to It's All Too Much. For instance, Peter goes through "excuses" again and has you write down answers to things like Excuse 1-I might need it some day. Then you write down the things that you keep that you might need someday. Simplistic, but if you use this as a tool you can begin to see patterns emerging. It forces you to look at your home and more importantly decide what you want that home to be. With the tools Peter offers to declutter your home, you can begin to focus and mold your home into your dream home!
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I've seen Peter Walsh's episodes a few years back, but always thought that his assistance was there for hoarders. I'm not a hoarder. Or am I?? Read morePublished 4 months ago by C Winkler
This is really a good book for assisting anyone that is trying to declutter. Excellent book!!!Published 5 months ago by Sherri
It might help if I actually try using the actual workbook. The ideas and concepts are great. Now I just need to do it.Published 5 months ago by Krista Phillips
have seen this man on TV - he's great! All I have to do is start the process,,,,,as soon as I find the book!!Published 8 months ago by Patti K
The workbook is more or less redundant if you have already bought the book itself by Peter Walsh. I was disappointed to have spent the money on it.Published 8 months ago by The Book Slug