Put Your House on a Diet: Declutter Your Home and Reclaim Your Life [NOOK Book]

Overview

Is your house overweight with clutter? Can it barely squeeze itself into that new coat of aluminum siding you purchased last summer? Is it more likely to be featured in a Richard Simmons video than a Bob Vila video? If so, how about putting your house on a diet?
 
PUT YOUR HOUSE ON A DIET is a humorous but practical book that draws an analogy between dieting to lose weight and cut clutter to improve your home. There are parallels between ...
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Put Your House on a Diet: Declutter Your Home and Reclaim Your Life

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Overview

Is your house overweight with clutter? Can it barely squeeze itself into that new coat of aluminum siding you purchased last summer? Is it more likely to be featured in a Richard Simmons video than a Bob Vila video? If so, how about putting your house on a diet?
 
PUT YOUR HOUSE ON A DIET is a humorous but practical book that draws an analogy between dieting to lose weight and cut clutter to improve your home. There are parallels between the urge to overeat and the impulse to over-acquire, and between the reluctance to diet and the compulsion to hoard that, once understood, can make decluttering your home easier. PUT YOUR HOUSE ON A DIET provides insight into what makes you clutter up your home and what prevents you from trimming it down into a calm, efficient, pleasant place to live.
 
PUT YOUR HOUSE ON A DIET does more than deal with motives and excuses, it provides room-by-room pragmatic advice on how to declutter and how to manage the possessions we don't consider clutter.  The emphasis is on simple, sound, easy to implement, and inexpensive solutions that are explained in a light-hearted, understanding way.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149423811
  • Publisher: Planet Ann Rule, LLC
  • Publication date: 3/18/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 384
  • File size: 5 MB

Meet the Author

Ed Morrow is an author and illustrator of such books as THE GRIM REAPER'S BOOK OF DAYS and THE HALLOWEEN HANDBOOK. He lives with his wife Laurie and their son Ned in Montpelier, Vermont.

Sheree Bykofsky is a literary agent and author of over 30 books. www.shereebee.com

Rita is a literary agent in New York City. She is very organized.
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