Monday, November 20, 2017

Miracle Declutter: Tidying up to Improve and Organize Your Life

Miracle Declutter: Tidying up  to Improve and Organize Your Life
Dave Bracco


Let me ask you - are you drowning in endless piles of clutter? If you are, then it's time to reclaim your space so you can reclaim your life!
Your home is full of overwhelming papers, piles, and junk. When you try to throw it away, something holds you back from getting the clutter out of your space for good.
Miracle Declutter provides you everything you need to tackle a house-wide decluttering and organizing project. From changing your old habits to tips that reduce your hoarding tendencies, this book gives you the tools and motivation to make a real, positive, and lasting change in your life. After reading this book, you'll learn how to create a tidier house that will eliminate stress, inspire confidence, and give you peace of mind.
In this book, you'll discover:
  • The mistakes most people make when decluttering and how to avoid them
  • The top strategies to start your decluttering project and continue through to completion
  • How to categorize your existing items and find a place for everything
  • The number one organization rule to help you maintain your newly-cleaned home
  • And much, much more!
Miracle Declutter even contains a section about organizing your digital life to match your decluttered home. This book is just what you need to finally declutter your space and your life. If you like practical, inspiring nonfiction about minimalist living, then you'll love Miracle Declutter's step-by-step system.

Buy the book to declutter and improve your life today!

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My review:

4 out of 5 stars

Miracle Declutter: Tidying up to Improve and Organize Your Life by Dave Bracco is a pragmatic and straightforward self-help guide. I think the author does a great job of both explaining the mindset necessary to achieve order out of chaos and exploring the causes for accumulating excess. He systematically demolishes excuses and provides a clear plan for digging one’s way out of the morass that results from hoarding even as he offers encouragement and inspiration.

Sadly, this is required reading for me. I saw myself (and my parents) in all of the descriptions of hoarders and it was remarkable to me how often I have used pretty much every excuse the author details in this compact but pithy book. I highlighted many passages and confess that it’s definitely going to take me a while to change the pathways of the neurons in my brain (especially with regard to my book hoarding, lol), but I acknowledge the truth in the statements of why clutter is draining and counter-productive. I already see the benefits in my family’s closets (and I am sure the center appreciates the donation of clothes) and I feel lighter already without the burden of trying to stuff things into an already crowded space. Now the challenge is to get the rest of the family on the same page!

A copy of this title was provided to me for review

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