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Best books on decluttering
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Posted 12 January 2013 - 10:27 AM
I am looking for recommendations for books on decluttering. Someone suggested "the Clutter cure" which I am trying to get through the library to check it out. I have also borrowed "Let go of clutter" which looks pretty good. I want to buy one but want to make sure I get a good one. Books on this topic seem to be a dime a dozen and to avoid adding to the clutter (LOL!) I only want to buy one "definitive" book.
Thank you. :-)
Posted 12 January 2013 - 10:45 AM
Right now whilst I am looking at EB posts I also have two other windows open - both decluttering sites.
Whilst I have not yet found the definitive book I can recommend any title by Peter Walsh. He has a website with the titles of his books listed.
I just got out from the library the new title 'From Stuffed to Sorted'. Mary Anne Bennie. She covers all areas of the home and has some very specific tactics and strategies. It is also presented in easy to read format.
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