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When you look at the clutter in your home, does it feel like you need an excavator to find the calm beneath the chaos? Do you try again and again to implement sustainable organizational systems without any success? Does the reason for your clutter always seem to come down to too little time or not enough space? 

If so, the time has come to look at the clutter beneath the clutter - the fears, doubts, and energy drains that are the true culprits of the muck.

In the follow-up to her Wall Street Journal best-selling book What Your Clutter Is Trying to Tell You, decluttering expert, lifestyle designer, and coach Kerri Richardson helps you to:

  • Understand the three core causes of clutter and how they directly manifest in specific rooms and forms of clutter
  • Use practical and actionable exercises to clear out your clutter hot spots
  • Reclaim your personal space for the thoughts, things, and people in your life that are important to you

Whether you are tackling perfectionism, procrastination, or toxic relationships, Richardson's straightforward advice will help you to finally clear those stubborn stacks, piles, and boxes for a clean start, with a wealth of space for your freedom and happiness to grow.

This audio product contains a PDF with supporting material, and the PDF is available to download 

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©2020 Hay House (P)2020 Hay House

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  • Lorie Driscoll
  • 01-01-21

Feel Feelings + Take Action = Clarity

"I was always trying to think my feelings. But feelings are to be felt, not figured out or fixed." - Kerri Richardson

Whoa. I feel like I'm learning this lesson for the first time. In the midst of chaos, it's good to pause to reflect. Do a mind dump on paper for 10 minutes or so, then shred it and move through your day more powerfully, more clear. I've set a big goal for myself this year, a worthy goal, and Kerri's direction is going to help me get there. I know that the more I feel my feelings, take small actions often versus avoiding them, I will find clarity more and more. Kerri writes, "Our stress is always caused by what we're not doing versus what we are." I'm looking forward to taking action day by day and finding out just what I can accomplish with this newfound clarity. I love the mindset talk. It comes out of a place of loving yourself rather than "beast mode." Kerri's approach is a match for me.

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  • Tammy Stout Schied
  • 10-01-21

I will be listening again right away!

Full of thought provoking stories and strategies that can used daily. I will definately be listening again.

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  • Rose C.
  • 01-02-21

Excellent message!

Thank you Kerri Richardson. Listening to your words helped me to believe in myself and tackle my clutter little by little. The first weekend I had I spent decluttering my bedroom, “the soul of the home”.

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  • Paul (the other one)
  • 24-01-21

Not great, but not terrible either.

A good self-help audiobook has insights jumping out of it -- this only has a few, and not significant enough to really stir anything up.

However, the main issue I have with this book is that the author expects you to write things down and journal. Now, if you're cluttered I cannot see how it will be easy to keep an ordered journal -- that will surely just add to the clutter.

Personally, I listen to audiobooks when driving or walking -- so I never do the written exercises, and as such the directions here are largely pointless.

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  • Kreeta Tuohimaa
  • 30-05-21

How to make sense of the clutter

Explaning the core issues behind the clutter. Don't like the narrator's voice. Repetetive. Mental view of the clutter, instead of basic decluttering tips. From a huge house to the tiny house.