Here are some of my favorite resources for dealing with clutter. I know everyone is crazy about this new Marie Kondo book, but while I could see some benefit to her methods of decluttering by category, but she was just not my cup of tea.
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I like someone who is more practical, and for that, Peter Walsh is my guy. My favorite book of his about clutter is this one – It’s All Too Much. It’s solid, practical advice that works. You don’t even have to thank your socks or only keep ONE of everything – both items from the Kondo book.
Julie Morgenstern is also a big favorite of mine, particular for electronic communications. I’m about ready to write a post about Email hoarding. I was shocked at how many Emails some of my friends were keeping in their mailboxes. I mean, I had 20,000 Emails and I thought that was a lot (I did get rid of 10,000!), but I had at least one friend who was bragging about having 40,000. Julie’s book is terrific for dealing with your Email clutter.
I did another view on a book called Throw Out Fifty Things that was fabulous for dealing with clutter. If you are interested in taking it to the next level, check that one out.
What is your biggest clutter challenge?
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