Stop Clutter From Stealing Your Life

  • by Mike Nelson
  • Narrated by David Elias
  • 3 hrs and 27 mins
  • Abridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Clutter is not just a minor annoyance or an organizational challenge. It can damage self-esteem and relationships, contribute to financial problems, and even lead to unemployment. Stop Clutter from Stealing Your Life is written by a recovering clutterer who knows first-hand what clutter can do and how it can be controlled.
Stop Clutter from Stealing Your Life gives you the practical advice you need to de-clutter your life and get yourself on the path to recovery. The tips you'll find throughout, such as clutter-free zones or establishing systems and filing habits, will get you organized for good.


What the Critics Say

"A helpful guide for improving your life." (AudioFile)
"This book will show you the way to unburden your life." (Ann W. Richards, Former Governor of Texas)
"With Mike's step-by-step process through every room in the house, I think any clutterer can reform." (K.J. McCorry, Public Relations Chairperson, National Association of Professional Organizers)


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Customer Reviews

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Not for your everyday clutterer

It took a long time to get to any meat in this book, beyond the author's repetitive talking about himself and his own experience, and the meat isn't very "meaty." This might be helpful to someone who daily can't get into his own bed because of the detritis there -- but for a typical person looking for organizational help, this is WAY 'round the bend. If you are just looking to straighten up a bit, this likely is not for you, in spite of the claim to the contrary early on in the book. (On the bright side, having listened to most of it, I was easily able to discard the CDs without any guilt whatsoever.)
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- Theresa

Only for Chornic Clutterers

I was disappointed in this book. Expecting to get some pratical advice on organizing my life, I instead got bogged down in the particulars of people who suffer though clutter as a legitimate disease. After listening to 1 hour and not getting any practical advice, just some scientific terms for chronic clutters, I gave up. It was a waste of a subscription for me.
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- Sarah

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-25-2004
  • Publisher: Listen & Live Audio, Inc.