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How many things do you think you own?
How many do you actually use?
- There are 300k items in the average American home. (La Times)
- British research found that the average 10-year-old owns 238 toys, but plays with just 12 daily. (The Telegraph)
- The average American woman owns 30 outfits - one for every day of the month. In 1930, that figure was nine. (Forbes)
Knowing that you can get everything at every time of the day either on Amazon or in the 24-hour convenience store makes it easy to be part of a blind consumer society.
According to Psychology Today, Americans spend more on shoes and jewelry ($100 billion), than on higher education.
We forget how to decide between what we really need and what media or friends tell us to buy.
This is a never-ending story and over the next years, your household will keep expanding until you become one of those people who first turn their garage in a storage room and later on adds a rental offsite storage.
How would you feel if all this clutter would be gone? If someone would clean your space and give you the chance to start over again.
It can be much easier than you think.
Fortunately, there is a step-by-step road map designed to finally make decluttering a piece of cake.
- A practical step-by-step plan to declutter all areas of your life.
- The hidden clutter and how to deal with ghosts from the past.
- How to push the reset button.
- How to avoid falling back into the clutter trap.
If you know the right strategies, you can integrate tidying up into your daily life.
And sooner than you think, the clutter at home, and in your life, will be gone.
Tidying up is one of the most rewarding tasks in life. Many people start traveling to leave their things and thoughts behind, but the real champion is the one who takes responsibility and control and discovers how to declutter.
If you are ready to stop messing around, scroll up and get your copy of this audiobook right now.
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this is fantastic because it breaks it down room by room making it manageable because its not as overwhelming. you could have a ton of stuff to get rid of or just a few this is still helpful to feel in control and free and it will help in all aspects of your life. she goes through that in the book and its great.