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Sort out your life by sorting out your junk!
We all have it -- it's in the attic, the basement, the closet, or the "junk drawer." Clutter is too many things in too small a space, or those items you put aside to fix or finish -- later -- or simply anything you do not use or do not love. On another level, physical clutter represents a negative inner state such as unfinished emotional business, negative family traditions, and conflict with others.
The simple act of clearing clutter can transform your life by releasing negative emotions, generating energy, and allowing you to create space in your life for the things you want to achieve.
Author Karen Kingston uses principles of feng shui -- the art of balancing and harmonizing the flow of energy in our surroundings -- to help us identify clutter, show us why it accumulates, and tell us how to get rid of it! Down to earth, remarkably practical, and delivered with charming sincerity and conviction, she covers the reasons we keep things as well as the amazing stories of people who have cleared their clutter away. In an age of accumulation, here's a book that frees up life again.
You will learn:
- Why you keep clutter
- How to identify and clear clutter in your home or workplace
- How to clear clutter from your body, mind, and spirit
- How to stay clutter-free
New Year resolutions are seldom kept and often forgotten. Clearing the clutter in your house is a resolution that could have a dramatic impact on your life. Don't believe it? There are plenty of letters and emails from readers in this book, filled with examples of how it did. Here's one such letter:
"My husband died five years ago and I kept delaying clearing out his belongings. Your book finally gave the courage to pack up all his clothes and take them to my local Goodwill shop, and it was as if a breath of fresh air came into my life. I know it's hard to believe at my age (I'm 71), but I have enrolled in college to learn about computers and may soon be the world's first cybergranny!"