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Decluttering: A Step by Step Process to Reorganize Your Home Life. Let Your Home Breathe While Enjoying a Life Free of Clutter by Applying Long Term Minimalist Strategies in Just 7 Days!

Decluttering: A Step by Step Process to Reorganize Your Home Life. Let Your Home Breathe While Enjoying a Life Free of Clutter by Applying Long Term Minimalist Strategies in Just 7 Days!

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Decluttering: A Step by Step Process to Reorganize Your Home Life. Let Your Home Breathe While Enjoying a Life Free of Clutter by Applying Long Term Minimalist Strategies in Just 7 Days!

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Jun 24, 2020


Discover Long term Minimalist strategies that will get your home cleaned and organized in just 7 days!

Are you feeling stressed and overwhelmed with all the clutter in your life?

Do you sometimes get the horrible impression that someday you will drown under all the unnecessary stuff piling in your life?

Want to have a better system to keep the clutter out and stay organized long term?

You look around your house, and you notice what a mess it is. You realize that you spend so much time picking items up and trying to make things look as nice as possible.

Yet despite all your efforts the clutter always come back doesn’t it. Well not anymore! With this guide you will finally have the secret weapon you need to live a life free of clutter!

Here is what you will learn in this book:-

•    The one thing that could ruined your journey to Decluttering
•     What are the Benefits of Decluttering?
•     Deciding That It Is Time to Declutter and Getting Everyone On Board
•     The Different Decluttering and Organization Methods You Can Use
•     Discover the essential items you need to declutter your home effectively!
•     Your Ultimate 7 Day Decluttering Plan
•    Discover The Most important room to declutter (Hint: It’s not the one you think!)
•     Working On One Closet At a Time
•     Special Considerations for the Kids’ Bedrooms and Toy Rooms
•     The Attic, the Storage Room, and the Garage
•      Cleaning Up the Home Office
•     How to Maintain All the Work You Did
•     Tips and tricks to Make Decluttering Easier
•    The one thing you should not forget on your decluttering journey!

Edward Norton, Leonardo DiCaprio and Meg Ryan are just a few on the celebrities who have publicly announced their love for the minimalism lifestyle and décor.

After a census it was discovered that the average household has around 300,000 items and that only a quarter of it is useful or even needed. That makes it hard to find the things you actually need when you need it.

In fact research has shown that the average person spends 12 days per year looking for things they can’t find around their own house.

Even if you tried other books’ methods on Decluttering and failed, you will succeed in implementing the tips and strategies with this one because we focus on the long term aspect of decluttering and hold your hand every step of the way to ensure your success!

So if you want to discover long term minimalist strategies that will get your home cleaned and organized in just 7 days then click “add to cart” and be free of clutter once and for all!  

Jun 24, 2020

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Decluttering - Ito Watanabe



Decluttering is one of the best processes that you can bring into your life. Getting rid of items that we no longer need can be so freeing. Rather than looking at the clutter all of the time, or spending a ton of our time trying to pick up and manage all those items, we can go through the process of decluttering and just throw out, or donate, the items that we no longer need. No matter how frugal we think we are, or how good we think we are at managing what we purchase, there is likely a ton of items in our homes that we no longer need, use, or want, and decluttering them can make a world of difference.

All of us have fallen into the trap. We live in a world where more is always better. We see commercials for countless products for sale all the time. Whether it is online, on our televisions, in our magazines, at the movies, on fliers, or on a billboard, it seems like we are always told that we need this item or another in order to keep up with our friends, or to feel like we are being successful. That we need these items in order to achieve happiness.

But all of these items are actually ruining our lives. They aren’t helping us to feel happy at all. We are spending our time looking at the items, which can make us feel bad or down or can make it hard to focus. We are spending our time putting those items away, rather than spending that time with family and friends. And we are constantly fighting to find that happiness and that free time to do the things that we want.

This guidebook is going to spend some time talking about decluttering and all of the benefits that can come from this process. Decluttering is a simple idea. You just go through your house and decide which items to keep, which to donate, and which to throw away. The goal is to donate or throw away many more items than you plan to keep. As the clutter starts to go away, you will find that your focus, your happiness, and your mood increase, while your levels of stress will start to head down.

This guidebook will explain everything that you need to know in order to start with the decluttering process. We will look at what decluttering is about, some of the benefits, how to get other family members on board, the various decluttering methods you may want to choose from, and even the supplies and tools you need to get started. We will finish up the first section with a quick seven day plan to help you get your whole house decluttered in no time.

The rest of the book is going to focus on the different steps and tips that you should take in order to clean up the whole house. We will move from one room to the next including the kitchen, living room, bathroom, bedrooms, closets, attics, garage, and even kids’ rooms. This helps you to come up with a good plan to go through the whole house and get rid of all the things and possessions that you no longer want or need. We will close out the guidebook with some of the best tips you can use in order to make your decluttering mission a success.

Decluttering can sometimes seem overwhelming because it is such a big job. It will take some time and it will take some effort in order to turn this into a reality. But if you are willing to put in the work and go at it at a steady pace, you will find that decluttering can make a big difference in your health, your mood, your stress levels, and so much more. Make sure to read through this guidebook to help you get started!

Chapter 1

What are the Benefits of Decluttering?

You look around your house, and you notice what a mess it is. You realize that you spend so much time picking items up and trying to make things look as nice as possible. Maybe you give up a lot of your day off in the hopes of making the house look nice, just to turn around and notice that all the junk is back on the floor. And as you are going through all of the mess and putting things away that you never use or don’t even have a use for.

Everyone has some clutter around their home. They keep items that they don’t need, the holidays come around and their kids get even more toys, and material possessions just have a way of piling up and taking more space than they need. And we spend a lot of or free time trying to keep it all picked up. In the long run, we are missing out on a lot of time doing things that are more valuable to us because we are working to pick the stuff up, and we are working to pay off those items.

The best thing for you to do is to declutter your home. This process is when you actually go through your home and look at every item. Then you must decide whether you want to keep that item because you actually use it or it brings you joy, or if you want to donate or dump the item. Taking a good hard look at all of the items that are around you can make you really think things through, and you may be surprised at how easy it actually is to get rid of items.

It is true that clutter is going to come with a ton of baggage, and we mean that both figuratively and literally. When you take a look at your messy closet or some other area of your home that is a mess, you may definitely be able to see this going on. It is easy to feel stressed at the lack of organization, feel guilty about the things that are there that you never used, and even feel some confusion. Your home should not elicit these types of emotions, but when you have a lot of clutter, it certainly can.

In fact, according to an article that was published in Psychology Today by Christopher Peterson, Ph. D, clutter, whether it is in your home, your office, or somewhere else, can have a negative effect psychologically. Peterson specifically pointed to a study that was published in the Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology. Peterson notes that these research studies the effect of children who lived in what is known as a chaotic environment. The focus though was more on the physical setting being noisy or disorganized, rather than other types of chaos that can ensure. The results showed that children who lived in these kinds of settings had a lot of problems.

It is good for you to know that there is some connection there between the junk that we own and some of the other problems that we may be faced it. We can all feel it just a little when we sit down to a messy desk, or the kitchen just isn’t organized the way that we want. It can be very unsettling, and in some cases, it can hold us back from getting stuff down like we want in life.

This process may take some time. Over the years, it is easy to accumulate a lot of different items, most of them we don’t need. But the amount of freedom that we gain from doing this, especially if we can keep up with it, is better than anything else in the world.

There are a ton of benefits that can come from going through your home and decluttering the things that you no longer need and are just taking up space in your home. Some of the different benefits that you will be able to receive when you get started with decluttering include:

You will have better concentration

If you sit down at your desk and there is a ton of junk and other items on it, you may find that it is impossible for you to get a lot of things done. Your focus will continue to move to the various items that are laid out on your desk, rather than on the work that you need to get done. But if you take just a bit to remove the papers and other items and make sure that everything is put at the right angle, then you will find that it is easier to maintain your focus and actually get started on the work that needs to be done.

According to Mikael Cho from, Whether it be your closet or office desk, excess things in your surroundings can have a negative impact on your ability to focus and process information. If you are able to take some time to clean out your home and get rid of some of the extra junk that is lying around, you may be pleasantly surprised at how much more focus you can have, how much better you feel on a daily basis, and even the amount of work you can get done.

You will have more creativity in the tasks that you do

This is a benefit that some people will debate about simply because of the fact that a lot of artsy types like to have a studio or a desk that is messy and they are still able to let all of those creative juices flow. But in the same vein as what we talked about before, it is possible that a clean and minimalist environment would be able to help out with the creative process.

According to Marcy McKay from, Dividing your attention between several stimuli – like your novel’s plot hole, your Twitter feed, and your messy desk, can often result in increased stress and decreased creativity and productivity. While this may not hold true for everyone, it is certainly something to consider if you are struggling with concentrating while getting work done and being creative.

You will sleep better

Do you ever spend time in your bed, staring, with a lot of stress, at that messy closet? Do you stay up late worrying about the mess that you need to clean up before someone comes over to visit? Do you worry about the laundry, the toys that need picked up, and the rest of the mess that is around your home? With all of these

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