Are you completely overwhelmed in your home? Have you tried again and again (and again) to understand why keeping it under control is so ridiculously hard for you? So you watch your friends and wonder how in the world they’re NOT stressed out and confused like you are?
I understand. That’s exactly where I was in 2009. I had tried and tried, but no matter how what I did, any progress I made felt like I was holding onto the edge of a cliff, desperately trying to keep from falling back into the mess.
But I always fell.
I mention 2009 because in August of that year, I set out on what I now call my deslobification journey. After ridiculous amounts of trial and error, I have figured out what was always a mystery to me. I have figured out how to manage my home without losing my mind.
If you feel like traditional cleaning and organizing advice is written in a language you never learned, you’re exactly the person for whom I wrote this book. I didn’t understand, either.
This is the book I desperately needed. In it, I teach you the reality-based decluttering strategies and hard-learned lessons I’ve learned through my own deslobification process. They’re here, in one place, as the guide you need to get control of your home.
Pick it up at your favorite bookstore, or order your copy online. I encourage you to check out the reviews!
A few of the reviews we’ve received so far:
“This book lays out the hard truths of a clean house but in a way that doesn’t make me feel silly for not having embraced them before.” –Edith K.
“I felt like a failure already. Did I really need to read yet another book full of tips and tricks that would leave me feeling worse? From the first page, I was put at ease.” –Angela S.
“Dana leads you step-by-step with the heart of a woman who has been there and struggled with the same issues you are currently struggling with. Really, this is a must read for anyone who wants to learn the secrets that all those organized types seem to know.” –Kimberlee S.
I can’t sing the praises of this book enough! I am neat by nature but felt my house getting a little harder to manage with each baby (and all. the. stuff.). I love how this book breaks things down into manageable REALISTIC tasks. I was only a few chapters in when my husband could already tell a difference in our home. –Kandi C.