In his bestselling book, It’s All Too Much, Peter Walsh helped tens of thousands of people clear the clutter from their homes and lives. Now, due to many of those same readers’ requests, Peter has put together the It’s All Too Much Workbook. Designed with clear strategies and proven techniques for clearing out each room in your house and a plan for keeping your home clutter-free and organized, this workbook is the perfect next step in a lifetime commitment to creating your ideal life.
Starting from the outside of your home and then working through it room by room, Peter asks hard questions and presents challenging exercises that will help you to understand why you live the way you do and how to move from the clutter to an organized space that reflects the life you imagine for yourself. From an assessment of your living spaces, a quick purge of each room, and the creation of your “dream spaces” to effective decluttering techniques, great organizational tips, and clear maintenance plans, Peter provides the step-by-step help to make your home work for you, now.
With quizzes, detailed step-by-step plans, a room-by-room assessment tool, and a special area for journaling, this workbook will help you break free of the clutter once and for all.
The book combines the skills and expertise of declutter expert Angella Gilbert and author and editor Peter Cross. Between them they have written a witty and readable book bursting with practical, pragmatic, and inexpensive suggestions that could turn a shambolic dwelling place into an organized and welcoming retreat.
• “I’d bake more if I could find the counter space. We need a bigger kitchen.”
• “Who has time for hobbies? There’s so much work to do around here.”
• “I’d like to have friends over, but the house is such a disaster. We’d have to spend hours cleaning! Who wants to do that after a full day of work?”
Sometimes the answer isn’t more time or more space—it’s less stuff. But how do you begin to sort out everything that has accumulated over the years? And how do you keep from accumulating more?
Declutter for Good: Share Your Stuff & Reclaim Your Life will inspire you to rid yourself of the possessions that are clogging up your plans, goals and dreams so you can pass them along to those who could use them. This guide gives you tips for dealing with the clutter in every room of your house, as well as how to handle tricky items such as hazardous waste, household chemicals, family heirlooms, electronics, and outdated but still sensitive paperwork.
Are you weighed down by extra belongings? Do you want more from life than just shuffling and reshuffling the stuff that surrounds you? Do you want to share your stuff with others who could use it? Then it’s time to declutter for good!
If you’re sick of the clutter around your home and can’t find any organization systems that work for you, it’s time to put your house on a diet. Starting with a 30-day home detox to quickly shed some of that excess weight, you will gain the confidence, motivation and skills needed to create your ideal healthy home. With the option to pick and choose projects based on your specific goals, you will learn to change your bad habits and transform your house into the happier, more organized and inspired home that you desire.
This comprehensive, step-by-step guide shows you how to organize your home month-by-month and room-by-room to achieve and maintain a lasting, clutter-free lifestyle. Drawing on experiences in her own home, Jennifer Lifford developed these distinct and effective techniques that do more than just declutter—you will learn how to change your habits for good without feeling overwhelmed or stressed. Simply follow the exercises in the plans such as Shedding the Pounds and Building Strength to develop the techniques needed for permanent clutter loss and a forever organized home.
The Home Decluttering Diet is complete with organization guides, checklists, tips for getting the whole family involved and simple DIYs to provide you with practical storage solutions that are easily maintainable. Create the lifestyle you want and get your home and belongings in tip-top shape today!
Increase your productivity
If you are drowning in paperwork or have thousands of emails in your inbox, don’t despair, you can increase your productivity at work without working any harder.
Clear the clutter
If you look around your home or office and the word “clutter” springs to mind, a step-by-step process on how to organise anything will soon have you feeling organised.
To really supercharge your day, how about setting up routines at home that will actually save you time without the effort?
Organising your family
You can easily read this book in one afternoon with a coffee or two and a few spare hours. It was written for people just starting out or those who need a little help to get organised. Easy practical steps to get you from disorganised to organised quickly and easily. I had a family young and had a steep learning curve, this book is for those with kids, a job or business and a life.
Inside the book I outline;
- setting up systems
- organising paperwork
- organising emails
- how to organise your kids and family
- managing projects
- my story from brand new public servant, just out of school, to organised mother and business owner