Declutter Your Life : How Outer Order Leads to Inner Calm, Paperback / softback Book

Declutter Your Life : How Outer Order Leads to Inner Calm Paperback / softback


Take back your space, your time and your mind to live your authentic life.You have too many commitments in your life and too much stuff in your home.

It's no wonder you feel overwhelmed and stressed out.

You don't need to just throw out a few bits and bobs; you need to declutter your life!Our homes and workspace are a mirror of what's happening inside us, Declutter Your Life explains how you can change your relationship with the things you own.

Instead of being weighed down with objects and possessions that keeps you stuck in the past, you can learn to think about your things in a new light; in a way that's constructive and helpful to you. There are plenty of ideas, advice, tips and techniques to help you.

You'll discover how outer order leads to inner calm.

Declutter Your Life explains how the principles and steps taken to clear and simplify your living space can improve not just your home but also other aspects of your life; your work, relationships and general wellbeing. An ordered environment leads to ordered thinking. When you stop allowing your life to revolve around things that don't matter, you instantly gain the time, space and energy to focus on the things that do.

Declutter Your Life will help you to: Let go of guilt and get rid of the emotional baggage that keeps you stuck in the pastFeel less overwhelmed and stressedClear out your unnecessary commitmentsSimplify and improve your work lifeDeclutter your relationshipsSimple living doesn't end at home.

Declutter Your Life shows you how to reclaim your space, your time and your mind to achieve the life you want to live.


  • Format: Paperback / softback
  • Pages: 160 pages
  • Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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  • Category: Self-help & personal development
  • ISBN: 9780857087379

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