Written by a former professional organizer, this book provides an easy-to-follow strategy for decluttering that addresses both clutter and the underlying feelings that can lead behaviors associated with overwhelming clutter. Edition Description
Shares hundreds of strategies, fast fixes, and trouble-shooting tips for organizing living spaces and controlling clutter, in a guide that counsels readers on how to identify objects that are truly loved and needed while preventing vulnerable areas from becoming problems. Original. 25,000 first printing.
Does your clutter control you or do you control your clutter? Stop letting fear overwhelm you! Julie Coraccio’s definition of clutter is this: Clutter is anything that prevents you from creating the life you choose, deserve, and desire. Understand how to recognize your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual clutter and then take action to clear chaos inside and out. Clear Your Clutter Inside & Out teaches you how to overcome your clutter and move forward. Twenty-one stand-alone chapters guide you step-by-step to let go of what no longer serves you. Each section shares stories and real-life examples to illustrate how clutter can show up in your life. Learn the nuts and bolts of how to release your clutter along with action steps to create lasting change. When you clear your clutter you can share your gifts with the world. What talents will you discover? FREE GIFT with purchase. Kick Fear to the Curb. How has your fear prevented you from living your life to the fullest? Gain Peace of Mind. Each chapter has Take Actions broken down into manageable steps to get you going on your decluttering journey. Learn at your own pace. The book has 21 stand-alone chapters addressing physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual clutter. Topics include Clutter Kryptonite, The Just Because’s, Feel Your Feelings, Gossip Girl, Clearing Your Space, and more. You Are Capable. Don’t sell yourself short and underestimate what you can accomplish. You can declutter your life! Take Action! Ready to release clutter and share your gifts with the world? Julie Coraccio is a professional life organizer, author, certified life coach and the host of the popular podcast and YouTube series Clear Your Clutter Inside & Out. Check out all of Julie’s books including her Got Clutter? 365 Journal Prompts books to clear clutter.
You are already a masterpiece Have you ever wanted to know the secret to creating a life you love? How do you discern whats really standing in your way of becoming all you were born to be? In Behind the Clutter, June Saruwatari opens her home and her heart to reveal the transformative decluttering approach that has kept her in demand as a lifestyle, business & relationship coach, and professional organizer to investment bankers, attorneys, judges, artists, politicians, writers, rabbis, university professors, doctors, mothers, children, Hollywood producers, and celebrities. The key to your best life is to master the spaces of your body, mind, soul, and heart, and let go of the clutter within and without. In this part spiritual memoir, part self-help book, June vulnerably and relentlessly examines her own internal and external stuff through her unique fourfold lens of TruthLoveMeaningPurpose: TRUTH: What is the truth of my current situation? LOVE: Do I absolutely love this? MEANING: What is the meaning of this for me? PURPOSE: What purpose does this serve in my life? With fearlessness, vulnerability, and childlike enthusiasm, June digs deep to uncover the thoughts, feelings, memories, and beliefs that lay behind the clutter and shares effective strategies to identify both internal and external clutter, let it go, and create space for miracles. As you go behind the clutter with June as your guide, youll discover that you are your own best expert at designing your life, learn to apply your own TruthLoveMeaningPurpose to all the stuff of life, and uncover the masterpiece of yourself thats been there all along.,
Clutter can damage your health and affect your wealth. Think we’re exaggering? Here's the thing: everything you own needs to be kept clean or you're breathing in dust and creating an environment loved by icky pests. The more useless things you have, the more useless stuff you have to clean. Clutter also affects you financially because if you don't know what you have because it is hidden in among the clutter, you go out and re-buy it. Plus there's the hidden value in junk (defined as something you don't love or need) that's not in your pocket because you haven't gotten round to selling it. Clutter can also lead to despair. Instead of feeling like you're home, you feel like you're in a stranger's (messy) home because you haven't had the courage to make decisions about your things and really put your stamp on your own home. It seems like such a mammoth task that you get exhausted before you even start. Clutter saps energy and makes you feel overwhelmed. But before you hire a skip and chuck everything away, do bear in mind that clutter isn't just having a lot of things. So getting rid of stuff is an important activity, but where do you start? Declutter your life is here to help. It will help you to make the commitment today to tackle your clutter, make those vital decisions about what is to go and unlock the brilliant new stress-free life you want and deserve.
Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui Revised and Updated
In this revised and updated edition of her classic, bestselling book, Karen Kingston draws on her wealth of experience as a clutter clearing, space-clearing, and feng shui practitioner to show you how to transform your life by letting go of clutter. Her unique approach lies in understanding that clutter is stuck energy that has far-reaching physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual effects. You'll be motivated to clutter clear as never before when you realize just how much your junk has been holding you back! You will learn: - Why people keep clutter - How clutter causes stagnation in your life - How to clear clutter quickly and effectively - How to live clutter-free
What if the house of your dreams is the home you have? Meet Melissa Michaels, creator of the popular blog The Inspired Room and the best contentment coach you'll ever meet. With humor and candor Melissa reveals how to transform your rooms (and your life) from plainly livable to fabulously lovable. Like a perfectly overstuffed chair, Melissa's encouragement beckons you to get comfortable and then get creative as you: find beauty in the ordinary discover your style and let it shine with simple ideas entertain possibilities and people with more gratitude and joy gather inspiration in the 31-day Love Your Home Challenge leap from dreamer to doer with confidence Much more than décor! This is your invitation to fall in love with the home you have and embrace the gifts of life, people, and blessings right where you are.
Clutter control just became easy. Hard to believe? Expert Susan Wright shows you how, in simple easy steps. See how you—no matter how hopeless you thought you were—can put an end to the pile-up and finally maintain order in your home and your life. Clear Away the Clutter is unique in its approach, combining tough-love and straightforward problem-solving. Should sentiment win over content? What size storage containers make sense for your space? Wright ably guides the reader through a wide range of scenarios, and you'll soon see that no organizing task—at home or office, clothing or paper—is too daunting to take on.
In a career spanning more than thirty years David Nash has established an international reputation as a sculptor. Since his first solo exhibition in 1973 in York, he has featured in over eighty exhibitions, many of them outside the UK. His work is held in public and private collections around the world. One of the first artists to create environmental or ecological art, Nash has always worked predominantly with wood, starting out using standard milled planks before moving to making sculpture from whole tree trunks and limbs. Nash's environmental concerns led him to use wood from trees about to fall, and he also worked in unseasoned wood, incorporating an element of entropy into his sculpture as the material dried out, warped and cracked. recently Nash has worked with what he terms 'coming' art in which he coaxes groups of living trees to form 'spaces'. One example of this is the work Ash Dome, initiated in 1978 and consisting of twenty-two trees trained to grow together until they meet at the top in a dome. This book will accompany an exhibition of Nash's work at Tate St Ives. It will include essays from writer and critic, Richard Cork and Susan Daniel McElroy, Director of Tate St Ives, covering the processes, experience and philosophy behind Nash's work and their presentation in the Modernist context of St Ives