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- Listening Length: 10 hours and 21 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Audible Studios
- Audible.com Release Date: February 14, 2012
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0078ZBV6W
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Unstuff Your Life: Kick the Clutter Habit and Completely Organize Your Life for Good Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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Anyway, if you've got any sort of problem with clutter, be it small or exceptionally large I can't recommend this book to you enough.
PS - Haven't lost my keys once since reading this book! And I would lose them every. single. day. Good luck with your Unstuff journey!
While other books are monumentally helpful in deciding what to keep and what to cast aside, as well as covering the mental attachments to such items, they don't delve far enough as to tell you what to do specifically with the items kept. Andrew's book leads the reader by the hand, guiding step by step through the removal of clutter, and continues through the placement and organization of kept items to the point where they are intuitively found in seconds, not minutes, hours, or even days.
Since adopting Andrew's methods in my home and work space, I no longer wonder where I have placed my keys, phone, wallet, camera, important papers, and even grocery items. No longer will I wonder if I am out of butter, vanilla, or canned pineapple. I look and see immediately if something is missing.
A very important part of Andrew's method is the use of common sense and humor in regards to an often touchy subject. He is never scolding, condescending, or cruel. And, unlike many professional organizers, he allows the reader to ultimately decide where to place things and what containers to utilize, rather than being subject to a laundry list of expensive and superfluous products from The Container Store.
My only regret (and it was a very small one) is having bought the Kindle version of the book. While I am happy to save shelf space, I missed the convenience of writing in the book when doing the exercises. It was only a little inconvenient to write in a notebook, but looking back, the notebook takes up the same space the physical book would have. And in the long run, the monetary savings was only about 40 cents plus shipping.
If you only buy one book to get clutter free and organized, make it this one. If you have already bought multiple books, donate those to Goodwill and get this one. You won't regret a minute spent reading it and utilizing its indispensable advice.