When you moved into this home, it was clutter free, it was actually empty. Yet, somehow over the years you accumulated far more than you imagined or planned for.
Don’t blame yourself or anyone else. Since you moved in you probably had children (or grandchildren), you have changed jobs or had a huge shift in life. You might have family members moving in with you or moving out but leaving part of their stuff behind. You inherited lots of furniture. The list is endless as are the seasons of life.
The fact is your home is now cluttered. It looks untidy, you can’t access things easily or you can’t find what you need. It’s somewhere in that pile or maybe not. Could also be the other pile in the drawer that’s stuck because it is stuffed! All you know at this point your home isn’t functioning effectively. Everyone is stressed, running late and often arguing! If all this sounds like your home and life, then this book is for you.
Alternatively, you are still at the beginning of the journey and haven’t built up much clutter but you want to ensure you never get to that point, you basically want a head start
You might have heard about decluttering, detoxing or editing your home but you don’t know where to begin.
You have tried to get rid of this clutter because that you know there has to be a way but you don’t what that is.
You know you can do better, you know your family deserves better.
You want to get rid of so many things but it’s difficult because each item has a story behind it.
All these reasons deter you from trying (or trying again!). You can’t handle the time, money, emotions, family squabbles you will have to deal with. Top that with neither having the energy nor the motivation.
In this book, I lay it out for you. An honest opinion of what you can expect. It may not be easy, but I share how you can do this successfully.
Look out for the launch of DeclutterEd for your complete guide to successful decluttering and remaining clutter free.