Lose Two Hundred Pounds this Weekend
Lovingly known as "Don's Diet Book on Clutter,"this guide will convince clutter gluttons everywhere to de-junk now and experience the freedom having a clutter-free house, mind and body. Using humor and anecdotes to help readers classify their clutter-collecting tendencies, Aslett gently shows readers the link between less junk and lower stress. Just reading Aslett's motivational guidance will have readers feeling better right away.Each chapter explores a different aspect of his proven philosophy, providing quick tips and easy solutions readers can apply to their daily lives immediately. Fun, inspiring and packed with practical advice, this book is sure to be another Aslett bestseller.
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asked Aslett better bigger biggest boxes called Chapter cleaning closet clothes Clutter Free Clutter's Last Stand cost crowd decluttering dejunking drawer dump emotional everything excess extra feel Finally and Forever freedom friends furniture garage garage sale gear getting gift give GOAL junk and clutter junk mail junker Kauai keep kids later less lives loaded look magazines marriages mess move never Office Clutter Cure once ourselves overload Packrats percent person piles Pocatello pounds problem scotch tape shed SOLUTION someday someone space spend stacked stash stop storage units stored stress stuff SUMMARY Sun Valley table saw tend things tion trash trip ugly visual pollution wait watch weekend weight