Declutter your life and enjoy peace of mind with this brilliant 30-day roadmap to minimalism!
Do you want to embrace minimalism, but you don’t know where to start? Have you heard about the unique and profound benefits of decluttering your home, and you want to learn more? Or are you looking for a practical guide to help you make those tough decisions, cut down on needless stuff, and enjoy a happier, more fulfilling life? Then keep reading.
Alex Wong is no stranger to clutter. Growing up with a hoarder, it always seemed like they had too much stuff and never enough money. But when moving for grad school, he was faced with the seemingly impossible task of fitting his entire life into a single suitcase – and this moment sparked his passion for minimalist living.
Now, Alex shares the wealth of advice he’s developed over his minimalist life, exploring how you can embark on a journey of decluttering and experience the benefits for yourself. Being clutter-free has allowed Alex to grow a number of successful businesses, become a bestselling author, and travel the world without being tied down to endless possessions.
Whether you feel like you waste too much money on things you don’t need, or if you have to downsize and you’re running out of space, the tried-and-tested strategies inside this book will help you decide what you really need – and let go of the things you don’t.
Decluttering is a powerful way of helping you organize your life, stop worrying about material things, and shift your focus to the experiences and relationships that matter to you – and with a brilliant 30-day roadmap to minimalism, this book makes organizing and tidying up a breeze!
Here’s what you’ll discover inside:
- Decluttering 101 – a Step-By-Step Strategy To Declutter Your Home
- How To Really Decide What Matters To You In Life
- Practical Ways To Shift Your Mindset Away From Materialism and Stop Buying More Things
- Tips For Decluttering Your Closet, Bathroom, Kitchen, Laundry, Bedroom and More
- How To Organize Your Sentimental Items, Collectables, and Inherited Things
- Ingenious Ways To Get Rid of Your Stuff and Help People At The Same Time
- Common Decluttering Obstacles – and How To Overcome Them
- A 30-Day Plan To Your New Minimalist Life
- And So Much More!
With real, actionable advice, The Art of Decluttering and Organizing is a decluttering workbook designed to help you prioritize your possessions, shift your mindset away from consumerism, and make the sometimes tough decisions that will help you on your journey to a more fulfilling life.
So don’t let clutter rule your home for any longer. It’s time for you to uncover the benefits of minimalism and see the benefits for yourself.
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Here's what readers are saying...
Bill Miller // Author and Customer
The author takes us on a complete journey of how to attack organization and structure to minimize material, waste, distraction and excess of everything everywhere in our lives. He breaks everything down into simple process of need vs want. People accumulate clutter and it is hard to re-educate them. My favorite comment is “if in doubt throw it out” as it applies to about 100% of us!
This is a must read for anyone who themselves have a life clutter issue or someone they know they could help. The author gives step by step solutions to help with self-accountability and creating a game plan to sell, donate, auction, trash it or whatever is needed to bring organization and structure to people’s lives.10 people found this helpful
Having a plan is a vital component to being successful in anything you set out to do, especially decluttering and organizing. I found this book helpful in my approach and now view decluttering in a completely different way. (it's now simple and getting easier!) I found the resources helpful especially the info on how to pack and roll up my clothes effectively. Section 17 on how to overcoming obstacles and staying clutter-free also helpful.
Amanda // Customer
If you're looking for help getting your home and even your mind decluttered, this may be the book to consider. It is very thorough and provides a great action plan, even giving you the option of decluttering by category or by room. I found that very helpful. I also liked that the author added fun to the chore. Heck, you can even raise money by selling items you no longer use.
CA Smith // Customer
This book not only goes into great detail about cleaning and organizing your home and workspace but also touches on the emotional and mental reasons a person becomes a hoarder or very messy in the first place. This book gives many details on how to declutter and goes into great detail on how to actually do just that. Many options are available on how to do this and I am certain you will find a preference of yours while reading this. Highly recommend.
Coach Christy Geiger // Author and Coach
I love this book, The Art of Decluttering and Organizing! I believe that to much STUFF creates STRESS and this book is a great resource to support thinking through our mindset around “stuff”, the benefits of decluttering and easy steps to get into action! This book could be used as a guide to get yourself in the “headspace” to declutter or as a reference to support you as you literally launch into a project and want support to tackle a room, ie Workspace, see chapter 10! It would be great if the book had a magic Gennie that could come and do it for you, but short of that, this book is fantastic to set you up for success mentally, emotionally and tactically! Easy to read, Very Useful, High Recommend.
Christine Levy // Reader and cystiner
I loved the fact that I could read even just a small section of the book and then make a difference in decreasing my clutter and organizing what was important. The book gave me a great roadmap to follow and just what I needed since I was lacking the sense of direction to get me started on doing what I knew I wanted and needed to do. Less is more and it feels so good!