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Publisher's Summary

Has your busy and fast-paced life reduced your home to a clutter-fest? Are you tired of losing your car keys, glasses, remote control, and temper in all the clutter?
Does the thought that, "I really need to take care of that mess," drag you down every day and hold you back from enjoying your time at home? Maybe you'd like to learn how to shave three hours of energy-wasting time from every day - when you no longer need to search through, move, or clean around clutter.
Clutter Be Gone! De-clutter and Simplify Your Home (And Keep It That Way) Starting Today! will take you by the hand and guide you to make the changes you want to make. You'll find tips and tricks to de-clutter and organize every room in your house. And you'll learn how to let go of relics from the past that hold you back, so you can enjoy a lower stress life and focus on making new memories.
©2012 Empowerment Nation (P)2013 Empowerment Nation
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1 out of 5 stars
By California Sun on 10-12-13

Unoriginal

What was most disappointing about Kimberly Wilson’s story?

Derivative to the point of plagiarism.

What didn’t you like about Zehra Fazal’s performance?

Not every declarative sentence requires a giggle at the end.

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

None.

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