Declutter Your Life Book 2021
Do you feel overwhelmed in life?
How many times have you said, “I will do it tomorrow,” and six months later you still haven’t emptied that drawer! Procrastination is the thief of time. My friends, it will rob you of your joy, rob you of your time and ten years down the line you will look back wondering why you haven’t achieved anything in life.
You will never get to your place of purpose by living in chaos.
There is no such thing as an organized mess! According to experts, a cluttered home equals a cluttered life. Studies prove that once you get your home in order, everything else will start to fall into place. Let me give you some alarming statistics. The average person spends 60 hours per year looking for lost items. That equals 150 days throughout a lifetime! Just think of what you could do with 150 additional days!
What The Book Is All About
There is more to decluttering than getting rid of unwanted items in the home. It applies to every area of your life, and in this book, we are going to touch on some of those points and provide you with the tips needed to help you become all you were created to be!
Your house should be your sanctuary; the place where you relax, socialize, lay your head at night and get a good rest. Unfortunately, this is not the case for many people; why? It’s because their homes are so messy that it causes them more anxiety than working a 60-hour week!
7 Tips To Declutter Your Life Book – Premium
A cluttered environment equals a cluttered mind. When you have so much junk in your home that you could open a thrift store, it’s toxic. Here are some tips on how you can declutter your home.
Get Rid of The Junk: Tackle each room one by one and get rid of anything that you haven’t used for more than a year. No matter how much you like the look of it, or whether you think you will be able to use it any time soon, if you don’t use it, bin it!
Declutter At The Speed Of Life
What you do with the stuff is up to you, you could hold a garage sale, sell the stuff on the internet or give it away to charity. The point is get rid of it!
Clean: Now that you can see your carpet, it’s time to start cleaning. Again, go through each room, hoovering, dusting and wiping down the windows and the walls. You will be amazed at how much dirt was tucked underneath some of that junk.
Organize: Now that everything is nice and clean, you want to make sure your home is in order. There should be a specific place for everything. For example, the keys go on a hook in the corridor, the remote control on the second shelf, the magazines in a rack.