165: 10 Things Over My Clutter Threshold Podcast March 30, 2018 By Dana White | 6 Comments 57shares 50 4 3 http://traffic.libsyn.com/aslobcomesclean/podcast165.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSS My NEW Book: Decluttering at the Speed of Life My Other Book: How to Manage Your Home Without Losing Your Mind Details of upcoming speaking events. Be a patron of the show! --Nony Related Posts: Read Newer Post Real World Fact: More Things = Less Value Read Older Post A Donate Box Doesn’t Have to Be a Box
Janice Erickson says
I have all of your BOOKS and have used them. I really like and us them all the time.I don’t try keeping everything like junk any more. Thank you! XOXO
Lori S. says
THANK YOU for sharing how to get a SINGLE audio book on Audible. There have been a number of books that I wanted to get the audio book (including yours!) but didn’t want to have a Audible membership. Somehow, I never got past the “$0 with Audible trial” button to see that I could also choose to just buy the one book 🙂
Hello. My name is Lisa and I’m an addict of things. I had lots of things. Recently I allowed myself to get rid of a lot of things without taking the time to have a yard sale. I would have enjoyed the money I would have made from it, but for now, my time is of more value to me. What allowed me to let go? I asked the internet! And low and behold I found Nony! I have struggled for such a long time. But last weekend (actually and entire Saturday) I got rid of 6 large bags (including 1 couch cover) and 4 boxes. I still have much more to do but now feel validated in my choice to not hold onto those things until I have a yard sale that I’m never going to have because I don’t have time. Thank you Nony!!!
Christine B. says
We are getting ready to sell our home and in the process of building a new one. Almost nothing in this house will go/match our new home. (i.e. its all gotta go)Now, every time I walk outside to the garbage can, I throw something away. It’s a fantastic feeling. Thank you for giving me license to do so. So freeing!
Nancy Linn says
Thank you so much, Nony.
Maybe you already made this point, but your ideas prompted a thought: so often the only time I look at what’s “stored” is when I’m trying to decide whether or not to get rid of it.
This was EXTREMELY helpful to me. Magazines are over my clutter threshold. I have over a year’s worth in a basket piled 3 feet high, and I intend to read them . . . but books and websites are what I do much better with. I need to just get rid of them.