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The Life Laundry

How to De-Junk Your Life
Written by: Dawna Walter
Narrated by: Dawna Walter
Length: 1 hr and 9 mins
Categories: Self-Development, How-to

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Publisher's Summary

Do your bills and paperwork stack up? Is your living room littered with newspapers? Can you never find a clean shirt in your wardrobe? In Life Laundry storage expert Dawna Walter shows you how to take control over your possessions, with practical exercises to tackle clutter hotspots around your home. Packed with invaluable advice, questionnaires, quick tips, and check lists, Dawna will guide you every step of the way, motivating you to let go of the things you've collected but never used and start afresh, literally use it or lose it.

And once you've started to organise your possessions, you can follow the advice of antiques dealer, Mark Franks, on how to turn your junk into cash, whether it's at a car boot sale, a second-hand shop or an auction house. And, if your clutter is just rubbish, he'll tell you how to recycle it.

Letting go can be hugely rewarding, freeing up your time for the things that really matter. Practical, inspirational, and liberating, Life Laundry will both improve the quality of your life and help you achieve a clutter-free home.

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  • Wendy
  • 04-10-06

Out to Dry

It contains very basic information with little imagination. The rationale she gives for many of the issues behind clutter are oversimplified. Disappointing.

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  • incense-burning_girl
  • 16-03-17

Useful, undeniably sound advice.

This audiobook will be relevant each time to refresh what to do when hoarding of possessions becomes too much. Sensible and good common sense, I think it was a worthwhile, practical and helpful purchase and not too hard to apply its lessons.