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Decluttering Your Life: How to Declutter and Organize Your Home, Your Mind, and Your Life

The Path to a Clean Home, Clear Mind, and Better Life Using the Japanese Art of Decluttering
Narrated by: Tiana Hanson
Length: 3 hrs and 45 mins
Categories: Self Development, How-To
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What if I told you that for the cost of this audiobook, you could reduce stress, clear your mind, and live a happier life? Well, you can.

If you feel overwhelmed, stressed, and like you constantly have a huge weight on your shoulders, odds are you need to declutter your life.

Decluttering is highly necessary in today’s world, where there are numerous opportunities to distract one’s self and live a life of chaos and stress.

From the things we acquire and accumulate to the things we desire and stress over, it makes up an ocean of unnecessary distractions and clutter in our heads and our lives.

The solution is to declutter, and anyone could tell you that, but what is not always known is how to recognize the point at which you need to start. You also need to know how to do it and what to look for to know if it’s working. 

This audiobook has all that and more. We break it down to a level almost anyone can apply to his or her unique circumstances. But the work is yours to do; we can only pave the road, you must do the driving.

Here’s a sneak peek at what’s inside:

  • What exactly is clutter?
  • How to recognize clutter in your life
  • What is mental clutter?
  • How physical clutter can cause emotional and psychological clutter
  • A step-by-step guide on how to remove all clutter from your life
  • And so much more!

What are you waiting for? Scroll up and hit the "Buy Now" button to learn how to get started with decluttering so you can clean your home, clear your mind, and live a better life.   

©2018 CAC Publishing LLC (P)2018 CAC Publishing LLC

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A Different Form of Life Therapy

UnStuff Your Life, although focused on providing guidance related to organizing your home is really much more than that. In essence, it's could also be titled, How to Relieve the Stress of an Unorganized Life-- truly a self -help book that I found to be one of the best I've ever listen. It provides a manageable process on how to reorganize each room in your home, while also identifying the obstacles in your life that have disrupted your personal journey. It is a must listen for any stay-at-home or working mother trying to juggle multiple priorities simultaneously. As a working mother myself, I found the book to be so inspiring that i couldn't put it down. I listen it on a long plane ride and found myself drawing diagrams of each of my rooms; indicating where things should be relocated. Sabrina Godwin's philosophy of "everything needs a home" and put "like with like" is now something I think about daily.

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Practical & Inspirational

I generally do not read/ listen self-help books, but this title caught my eye at the library and I decided to check it out. I am not a terribly disorganized person, but there are a few areas in my home/life that have been in need of an overhaul in terms of organization. As good as my intentions have been, good intentions do not get the job done. Enter Sabrina Godwin's new book. I took out this book intending to just listen a few sections to help me with problems areas in my home. But once I started listening the introduction, I was hooked and read the whole thing in about a week. The writing style is accessible, down-to-earth, inspirational, and funny all at the same time. It was like having a good friend talking to you - a friend who tells it like it is, gives great advice, understands where you are coming from, and in the end wants what is best for you. Andrew really helps you change not only your physical spaces, but the way you think about your stuff. Andrew advocates working your way through the book slowly, one chapter at a time. Personally, I did not do this. I listen the book in its entirety and then tackled various projects around my home. I have been frequently referring back to the book as I make changes in my life and my home. This book is a real treasure for anyone looking to improve the quality of their life by tackling their clutter once and for all and making time and space in their lives for what really matters. If you too have good intentions about cleaning up your home/life, but are still in need of some practical and inspiring guidance, get this book.

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I have spent a number of years working at organizing my personal and business spaces and got pretty comfortable with my system, but the suggestions in this book really resonate with me. I have been working on the author's suggestions for almost a month now and I am purging the items I haven't used for a couple of years,creating ways to reduce unnecessary clutter organizing like with like,and my spaces are dramatically changing! Oh! And I am only 1/3rd of the way through the book.

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Moving through a little at a time

I've been working my way through this audible book, a little at a time, taking what is relevant to me. I don't have tons of linens nor do I have huge closets but the concepts are the same regardless of the size of the storage and/or the quantity of the stuff to store. Pick up where you are and apply those concepts. Don't try to do it all at once. Just a little at a time will get you there and once you ARE there, the habits to stay there will be in place. You'll never have to go through the huge job again. You'll just maintain. You can do that.

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Comprehensive guide for everyday life.

Decluttering lifestyle are the best possible ways to bring happiness to our life,home and i have really enjoyed listening the book. The author has explained everything describing all the details about keeping our life clutter free in every aspect of our life. I was experimenting with the decluttering life for a while and this book gives me the perfect direction with powerful tips and strategies to have a decluttering life. Very much appreciated.

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It works!

Sabrina Godwin 's book made a huge difference for me. I snagged it just as I was packing to move a year ago. I was determined to go through everything we own (literally) and to decide whether to pack and move it (again) or toss. This book made the sorting so much easier. Many things - that I now don't miss at all - were sold or sent to the thrift store. Especially helpful for me was sorting the sentimental items. Huge! Then on the other end, the unpacking: Sabrina Godwin 's suggestions for organizing - and this includes a large amount of art supplies - again, the book made a huge difference. We can find things! THANK YOU!!

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If I can unstuff, so can you!

This book was a great inspiration to me. It really helped me get started on cleaning out my home. I have not finished yet, but I keep this book where I can easily see it to keep reminding me to work on unstuffing my life.

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Very helpful

Easy to listen, interesting and very helpful.
The book tackles all manner of needs to be organized from simple to complex making everything feel possible.
Very inspiring.

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Not what I expected

Lots of psychology, not much practical information. The chapters weren't synched with the chapters read. Disappointing purchase.

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Thanks Author

This book is brilliant. I leaned so many effective things from this book. The methods to use when decluttering were practical and simple. I believe this book will help me to reorganize my house and life. Yes, I recommend it.

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  • John Shearer
  • 12-01-18

It's helping me to get organized

This book is incredible. I highly recommend it to people with organization issues like me. Having ADHD (and lack of discipline) has made me very disorganized with my stuff. Sabrina Godwin starts helping you by making you understand the reason why we keep things, why we should keep it, and how to organized it. I love it because it's helping to get organized from the inside out since I have to understand what are the patterns and habits that made me disorganized. And he gives very practical advice and steps on how to change those patterns and habits in such a way that is not overwhelming.

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  • Harry F Glover
  • 12-13-18

Five Stars

This is the most motivational and practical "organizing" book I have ever found! The writer's style is entertaining, too.

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  • Josh Lowe
  • 12-02-18

Changed my life

For my closet and my kitchen, I really needed this audiobook. I can now walk through my closet, even months after using and reading this book. That is pretty good for someone like me.

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  • Millie Howells
  • 12-02-18

Letting Go of Stuff

A book that explains how the quality of life and and your "stuff" is interconnected and a plan to improve both.I love this book! I had for a while now, and it had helped me UNSTUFF MY LIFE! I often still taking it out and re-listen few chapters. I can always learn something new when I do re-read .... Thank you!

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  • Christina Balcom
  • 10-11-19

Love her approach!

I love Sabrina's approach to decluttering. I have listen a few books on decluttering and by the time I'm halfway through the books I realize there's no way the methods won't work for me. I picked up this book because I already owned and loved Sabrina's other book How to Manage Your Home Without Losing Your Mind. Sabrina gets how my mind works and I have found success in following her methods. She addresses this stressful topic with humor and realism. Her book gets repetitive - and she warns you of this at the very beginning - but it is helpful for me that she breaks down every room in the house and goes over each of the steps, again and again, adding any specific issues you may come across for that particular room. Great book, great method!

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  • Donny Clark
  • 10-10-19

Decluttering for real people

No complicated concepts here! Great, fast listen that made me want to put it down and go get rid of some stuff! Sabrina' s advice is common sense and geared toward the normal person who has too much stuff and wants less mess and clutter... But not someone necessarily striving for minimalism, perfectly folded t-shirts, etc. Her practical advice helps you stay focused , motivated, and moves you toward progress even if you work 5 minutes at a time . It's not necessary to listen her other book first, but keeping house better seems to go hand in hand with too much clutter so I would suggest both books with this one second. I will listen both again.

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  • Phyllis Neel
  • 10-09-19

Funny and helpful

I love Sabrina Godwin's books. I feel like she is looking into my windows and see my messy house! She gives real-life strategies that actually work. My home is definitely neater with having listen her blog and her books. Decluttering at the Speed of Life has great, simple help for decluttering that you can actually do. It's like a big sister who has been there giving you advice on what actually works. She won't have you taking everything apart and then you are left with a bigger mess at the end. But, instead it is practical, useful, right-now advice that doesn't require a week vacation to implement. And most importantly,Sabrina always cracks me up.

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  • Edna Lawson
  • 12-13-18

An Organizer's Review

As an organizer, I always read any book on the topic of organizing. Sabrina's book is in a league of its own! It's so much more than tips and techniques. It is not a band-aid approach but really digs into the root causes of why we let our "stuff" rule our lives. I look forward to passing it on to all of my clients!

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  • Amy Bradshaw
  • 12-13-18

Awesome listening experience

As I listen this book I found myself letting go of more stuff than I ever imagined I would. My counters are clean, the garage is organized and I got rid of all those clothes that maybe I'd wear again if I ever lost that last ten pounds. Sabrina has a charming writing style that is engaging from the first word. She cuts right to the chase to help you look at why you have what you have and She provides practical strategies for living with it (or not) in a mindful way. I'll never misplace my keys again!

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  • Howard Dirksen
  • 10-12-19

You can start today!

I love this book. I have struggled with clutter all my life. I have tried other decluttering gurus and organization projects. They have never worked! If that’s you, give this book a try. You don’t have to make a bigger mess, she gives you steps right away, you see progress immediately . Another thing-I recently lost both of parents who also had a thing with clutter and I brought so many things into my house from theirs, a house already overcrowded from my things, my husbands things, his deceased father and grandmother’s things. There was so much emotion wrapped up in everything. But we were miserable in our home. I haven’t made through all the things yet, but I will be able to, because her methods take away some of the emotionally-sens that makes it hard.