When you look at the clutter in your home, does it feel like you need an excavator to find the calm beneath the chaos? Do you try again and again to implement sustainable organizational systems without any success? Does the reason for your clutter always seem to come down to too little time or not enough space?
If so, the time has come to look at the clutter beneath the clutterthe fears, doubts, and energy drains that are the true culprits of the muck.
In the follow-up to her Wall Street Journal best-selling book What Your Clutter Is Trying to Tell You, decluttering expert, lifestyle designer, and coach Kerri Richardson helps you to:
Whether you are tackling perfectionism, procrastination, or toxic relationships, Richardson's straightforward advice will help you to finally clear those stubborn stacks, piles, and boxes for a clean start, with a wealth of space for your freedom and happiness to grow.
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|Publisher:||Hay House Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.60(d)|
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Redefining Clutter: The Secrets in Your Stuff 9
Chapter 2 Core Clutter Cause #1: Unrealistic Expectations 17
Chapter 3 Core Clutter Cause #2: Limiting Beliefs 29
Chapter 4 Core Clutter Cause #3: A Lack of Boundaries 47
Chapter 5 Take Your Power Back from Paperwork 63
Chapter 6 Draining Relationships: Repair or Replace6? 79
Chapter 7 Books, Boxes, and Beliefs in the Bedroom 105
Chapter 8 Releasing the Weight of Emotional Clutter 121
Chapter 9 Plan Your Work and Work Your Plan 137
Chapter 10 Your Clutter-Clearing Trail Map 149
Chapter 11 The Tools to Prevent a Clutter Resurgence 163
Core Clutter Cheat Sheet 172
About the Author 179