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Publisher's Summary

Stuffology 101 is for those of us who want to get the clutter out of our lives without being featured on reality TV. We can still use our bathroom, bedroom, and kitchen, but we harbor secrets.


Do you race around to pick up piles when someone's at the door?
Do you close the door to hide your stuff in the spare room?
Do you still have boxes to unpack from your last move a dozen years ago?
Are you unable to focus because your mind is so frazzled?

Stuffologists Brenda Avadian and Eric Riddle share four decades of experience dealing with stuff - or rather, clutter. Inside Stuffology 101, you'll find fun and flexible approaches to get your mind out of what you define as clutter. Funny, serious, and humbling stories are woven in with tips to help you clear the toxic clutter out of your life.
At the end of your life, what will matter most - things or people? Are you ready to manage the stuff in your life?
©2014 Brenda Avadian, MA, and Eric M. Riddle (P)2014 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
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4 out of 5 stars
By Penny on 03-19-15

Practical decluttering advice.

This book is worth listening to. It is presented in a non-judgmental fashion and it presents reasonable and realistic advice for approaching large and small decluttering projects. I also appreciated the humorous moments and I like the supporting website for Stuffology 101.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Kiki Gee on 09-09-15

Boring and not helpful

Painfully boring to read and not helpful. The authors themselves have still not figured out how to clear their own clutter and testify to that numerous times. For example, Brenda, simply could not get rid of seven year old magazines by her bedside and even went into detail about how baby carrots were made, "I did not know that. Had I not read that old magazine I wouldn't have read that," she said. Seriously?'

If you want a good declutter book go with Marie Kondo's audio book "The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up".


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