Lose 200 lbs. this weekend: it's time to declutter your life!

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Marsh Creek Press, Aug 1, 2000 - House & Home - 178 pages
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First edition jump starter for decluttering. Just reading this motivational guide will have you feeling lighter right away as Don shows how less junk leads to lower stress. Fun, inspiring, and packed with practical advice, quick techniques, and easy solutions you can apply to your life immeadiately. Includes a field guide to the most common kinds of clutter.

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Review: Lose 200 Pounds This Weekend: It's Time to Declutter Your Life!

User Review  - Reina - Goodreads

This was pretty good, but more about why you should than how to actually go about it. It got pretty redundant after awhile. Read full review

Review: Lose 200 Pounds This Weekend: It's Time to Declutter Your Life!

User Review  - Libbeth - Goodreads

I've already read lots of decluttering books and blogs but there was still valuable insights and motivation here. Just what I need for the last few boxes of my mammoth task of emptying the attic that ... Read full review


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After collaboration on 25 books in the past 20 years, best-selling author Don Aslett has joined with Carol Cartaino to create Keeping Work Simple, a handy guide that addresses all aspects of work life with practical, useful advice. Aslett is the author of many popular books, including The Office Clutter Cure, How to Have a 48-Hour Day, Clutter's Last Stand, How to Be #1 with Your Boss, and Not for Packrats Only. To promote his works, Don has made more than 6,000 public appearances, including radio and in-person speeches and seminars. He is Chairman of the Board for Varsity Contractors, one of the nation's leading cleaning companies.

Carol Cartaino is editorial director for Don Aslett, Inc., and owner of White Oaks Editions, an editorial and design company. She is a freelance editor and writer/collaborator who contributes to all of Don Aslett's books, brochures, and corporate printed material.

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