Studies have shown links between high stress and anxiety, low mood and self-esteem, and living amid a high density of household items. This book is part of the anti-clutter revolution and will show you easy steps you can take to stop hoarding and start organizing.
Across the globe, billions of unused items sit in our homes taking up valuable physical and mental space. What would it feel like to clear your space, and life, of excess junk?
Liberate yourself from domestic chaos, toxic relationships and a desk piled high with incomplete tasks. How to Go Clutter Free will make you richer in space, time and money, and pave the way for a tidy, calm and happy life. Featuring 100 clear and simple decluttering tips, this hassle-free, easy guide will help you to:
• Identify and ditch excess
• Create more space for the important things in life
• Tidy your home, mind and life
• Replace mess and confusion with calm and clarity
Caroline Jones was named Health Journalist of the Year in 2014 by the HMFA and was formerly Woman's Editor of the Daily Mirror. Her recent books include How to Go Plastic Free and How to Go Waste Free. Caroline lives in London with her husband and daughter.
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