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Drowning in Clutter?
(Don’t Grab a Floatie . . .
Drain the Ocean!)
Are you overwhelmed with stuff? You’re definitely not alone.
If you feel like you’re drowning in your home, but decluttering seems an impossible task . . . Drowning in Clutter? (Don’t Grab a Floatie . . . Drain the Ocean!) is for you.
Clutter is intensely personal. Decluttering can be gut-wrenching, heart-breaking, and physically exhausting.
But it’s worth it.
I’ve decluttered truck-fulls of my own stuff over the past three years of my deslobification process. I’ve worked my way through junk piles and junk closets and junk rooms.
As I’ve decluttered, I’ve developed decluttering strategies that can help anyone work his/her way through any amount of clutter.
I’ve changed my perspective on “stuff” and have changed how our home functions.
Even though it sounds like an impossible task, I’ve “drained the ocean” down to a level I can handle!
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In Drowning in Clutter? (Don’t Grab a Floatie . . . Drain the Ocean!), you’ll learn:
- How to define and identify clutter in your (unique) home.
- How to break through Decluttering Paralysis.
- How to develop and gain Decluttering Momentum.
- How to make large numbers of difficult Decluttering Decisions in the shortest time possible.
This e-book also contains:
- Tips for helping others declutter.
- Proven strategies to help you determine what (and how much) you really need in your home.
- Ideas for how to get rid of your clutter.
“Dana’s definition of clutter is life-changing. No exaggeration.” – Mary Carver of GivingUpOnPerfect.com
“I’ve never ever been excited about the thought of decluttering, but your e-book made me feel inspired and empowered. I have a feeling I’m going to be reading and re-reading this over the next year (or for the rest of my life)!” – Lisa
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