Clutter Clearing Choices: Clear Clutter, Organize Your Home and Reclaim Your Life
A professional seminar leader and published writer on clutter clearing and home organizing explains how to clean up a messy home and keep it in pristine clutter-free condition. Original.
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Clutter Clearing Choices Clear Clutter, Organize Your Home, & Reclaim Your Life by Barbara Tako This major stunner was an absolute hoot to review, I laughed and smiled all the way through. Actually that is a very good thing because when it comes to cluttering I am the world's best, hands down. I knew I should do something about it for sometime, but wasn't ready. They say, "when the student is ready the teacher will appear" and it happened just that way. With her easy going, relaxed compassionate style the author hooked me right from jump. I had enough stress, guilt and shame about the subject coming from my own head that it was a blessed vacation to not get it from the book. If there was a such thing as painless decluttering she would be the queen. The layout was a simple matter too, it was done in progressive seasons, kinda like mini goals, when I got the hang of New Year's resolutions , than I could move on to bigger and better things like spring cleaning. The personal stories put me at ease instantly and I found that decluttering and out took on a whole new meaning. This little darling has definitely made it into this recovering clutters toolbox. I recommend this fabulous find to anyone looking for some practical and supportive help when it comes to cleaning up the junk. Thanks Barbara, God Bless You!!! Love & Light, Riki Frahmann
Review: Clutter Clearing Choices: Clear Clutter, Organize Your Home & Reclaim Your LifeUser Review - Goodreads
I was really surprised by how much I enjoyed this. Great tips, funny and somewhat therapeutic! I recently had a home assessment from a professional organizer and many of her tips were reinforced here. I've got 8 trashbags that are making their way to the Good Will this weekend.
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