Imagine living in a home that's free from clutter. Your closets, cabinets and possessions are all completely organized. Wouldn't you feel relaxed?
You can make this happen with the daily decluttering habit. The good news? You can do this even if you're a busy professional or a parent who has little time for a massive organizing project. All you need is 10 minutes a day and you'll be amazed at what can be accomplished with the following "Declutter Challenge" system.
Learn how to develop the declutter mindset and release "giveaway guilt".
The best way to simplify your life is to create a new mindset where "less is actually more". Too much clutter leaves you emotionally and physically drained. What you will learn is how to reclaim your life by letting go of your stuff.
In the book 10-Minute Declutter we show you how to declutter, the best way to organize every space in your house and what supplies you'll need to get started.
Download 10-Minute Declutter: The Stress-Free Habit for Simplifying Your Home
The following declutter book provides a step-by-step plan for sorting, purging, and organizing every space in your house in small, easy-to-manage time slots.
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You can simplify your home without feeling stressed or overwhelmed.
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I was worried when I realized that I got a cleaning audiobook. Is this like homework, to listen to someone tell you how to clean, what to clean, when to clean? Well, I started it when I had to wash dishes, and it made me SMILE! Wow, I loved the lists and knowing I could find them and print them. It was totally inspiring.
I have not listened to Greg Zarcone before, but I really enjoyed it. It must be short of miraculous to make a reading of lists and cleaning information be appealing. I was so impressed with him.
Need to Declutter? Who doesn't. This book has me ready to DO IT NOW! It was so inspiring. Plug it into your earbuds and get after it.
I received this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.... and now I'm decluttering.
Have not read the book, can't give an honest answer
How to do a little at a time and not get overwhelmed, plus they give you a list of things that you will need to get the job at hand done.
This is my first time listening to Greg Zarcone, I found his voice quite enjoyable.
To do a little everyday and get into a habit of doing it everyday. That is something that I need to learn to do very badly. This book talked about how to do that in your everyday life, make it a habit. I'm going to make my husband listen too, so we can both practice and get into the habit.
"I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author in exchange for an unbiased review via AudiobookBlast dot com". I would recommend this book to people that would like to get a handle on their "stuff".
This was a good lesson in how to take 10 minutes a day to decluttering your environment and start a good habit.
I like the suggestions and steps.
It would be great if there were notes in the description for websites mentioned in the book.
Audible.com and Kindle author; former teacher and counselor, now full-time writer and entrepreneur; degrees in Media/Radio-TV and Psychology
This is an excellent book that allows you to follow a step-by-step process to declutter your house in minimum time. Alternately you can also just pace yourself the way you want using the tips the author presents in this book. I highly recommend it for both myself and others of you who are very artistic and creative but have no time to clean up. It will work if you follow it. I am a non-fiction author as well and, as both as a writer and consumer, I say 5 stars!
I Love a great supernatural tale, a Love story, PNR, a Cool Mystery and Most Sci-Fi....if there are vampires, weres or witches in it, that's a plus! Basically I am a 40+ y/o young at heart woman rediscovering the wonderful world of books and am now addicted! Lol I LOVE AUDIBLE!!!!!
** I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review **
I am a clutter junkie, and I am very unmotivated....I hate to clean...but when I do it, I do it well..its just getting me to do it...I am a super procrastinator...with these tips, I think I will be able to finally get on schedule!! Thank You!! Well narrated for nonfic and I am very pleased...I will be listening again while incorporating these helpful suggestions and howto's!!!
This book enlightened and inspired me to work on my life more in some areas. Which made checking out the book a good idea. However the delivery of it was lacking. I normally like to listen to books as I do other things. With this narrator and topic that didn't really work very well for me. I found this guys voice all to easy to tune out. The book felt like a lecture rather then what I believe the authors were trying for. It was hard listening to the entire thing but I did it and learned a few things that will help me.
"Helpful but not groundbreaking."
This book isn't bad but it's mostly common sense and didn't tell me anything particularly new. That said it gave me a little boost to get some more tidying done. This is kind of like Marie Kondo lite. Her method is much more involved and focuses more on breaking the psychological aspects of why we clutter. The 10 Minute Declutter seems more concerned with the physical aspects of organising and keeping a tidy space. I think there is a little too much focus on buying more stuff to keep your stuff in order. The danger here is that you just become even better at hoarding.
The thing I will take away from this book is that you can have an impact by chipping away at tasks in 10 minute increments. While Marie Kondo would like you to set aside large blocks of time to really focus on your tidying, this book's approach is probably better for the busier person. I'm just not convinced that it really deals with the underlying issues very effectively and feels a bit more like a typical shallow self-help book with lists of tips and tricks that are similar to the things you find in magazines. That said it may be helpful to many.
My life is changing in 10 minute mini projects! Brilliant book well worth a listen!
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