From Hoarder to Order
- How to Stop Acquiring, Saving and Collecting Things
- Narrated by: Steve Grumbach
- Length: 31 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 04-05-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: Manifest Ebook Publishng, Inc.
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Then stop accumulating stuff and declutter your home!
Understand Hoarding and compulsive hoarding, and see how you can overcome it.
People always have had trouble throwing things away. Magazines, newspapers, old clothes.... They think what if I need them one day? I don't want to risk throwing something out that might be valuable or appreciate with time. And those large piles of stuff keep growing, so it's difficult to move around, and there is no end in sight.
This is why you need to consider decluttering and stop hoarding, saving, and collecting things..
Commonly hoarded items that need to be discarded may be newspapers, magazines, paper and plastic bags, cardboard boxes, photographs, household supplies, food, and clothing.
Your friends have advised you to clear out that closet for years, and family has offered to help you throw away pots and pans that are no longer used in the kitchen. It seems that every time you make up your mind to declutter other thoughts arise that prevent you from clearing out the house. "What if I need these items in the future," you wonder. "I'd hate to be forced to buy the same product down the road because I disposed of it today." Your excuses and constant procrastination are more than simply a matter of putting off the inevitable. Check this out:
Chapter 1: Clutter Defined
Chapter 2: Clutter Effects
Chapter 3: Clutter in History
Chapter 4: Reasons Why You Haven't Decluttered
Chapter 5: Why You Should Declutter
Would you like to know more? Then download your copy today.
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Diann on 11-02-16
very personable. loved it
I've read a boat load of hoarding books and articles. Many are very clinical and report like. This book speaks to hoarders. Michele's writing style tells hoarders who may be in denial that they are indeed hoarders. It has practical solutions and prevention.
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