If you live with clutter that you want to get rid of, then this is the book for you.
The author has written a book that breaks down the overwhelming task of decluttering into a few simple steps: toss it, donate it, or find a “home” for it. Using personal stories, she goes on to explain the process in a way that is easy to understand and apply. The strategies worked for her, and she believes they can work for others, too. (I haven’t tried applying them yet, but I will in the near future.) Along with the practical tips (which aren’t anything new or earth-shattering, just common-sense advice), humor is thrown in, making the tasks seems less painful or anxiety-inducing. The author helps the reader look at the clutter in a new way and break some of the emotional ties holding them back from moving forward in the “deslobification” process. Just to note, this is not an organizational book.
Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy as part of the BookLook Blogger program, but I wasn’t required to leave a positive review.