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With practical and warm advice, lifestyle designer and coach Kerri Richardson guides you to accept your clutter as a natural manifestation of your mind, body, and spirit looking out for yourself. It is your soul calling out for you to invest in self-care and to face the fears holding you back from being your best self. Richardson dives into the most common categories of physical clutter and provides efficient and effective steps for clearing the space for your physical, mental, and spiritual well-being to flourish. But more than house and home, Richardson encourages you to clear out the clutter of relationships and habits that have been occupying your time and energy for too long.

©2019 Hay House, Inc. (P)2019 Hay House, Inc.

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  • Rush Adams
  • 13-09-19

Andrew Mellen meets Mari Kondo

This book exceeded my expectations! I have been decluttering and minimizing after reading Mari Kondo’s book. Then, room by room using Joshua Becker’s method. Then, I organized using Andrew Mellen’s suggestions.
Finally I decided to just give this one a listen JUST because it’s a cute short book (under 3 hours) and OMG! I had never heard of this author but she is wonderful. Her androgynous style of writing and narration, the way she combines the whole business of the universe and energy flow with VERY practical resources of which websites to go to, to list and sell my stuff will actually help me with that last final decluttering of expensive/valuable things that I’m still simply holding on to because they have financial value and until now I just didn’t know HOW to sell them! Thank you Kerri Richardson! 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼

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  • Marcia
  • 23-07-19

Must read if you want to understand the root of clutter.

This book was SO good. I’ve been dealing with clutter for many years and after many failed attempts went to hypnosis last year for a few rounds. It definitely helped but with this book it gives it to your conscious not just subconscious. I learned a ton and loved all of the actionable tips and resources. The author has a no-nonsense approach and at some point I would love to hire her personally because of her intuitive and upfront demeanor. Perfect mix of logic and soul stuff.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 15-06-20

Kerri is so enjoyable

First I get Karri's emails and have throughly enjoyed her tips and her voice. She has an option to listen to her emails verse reading, so narrating her own book was no surprise. Her voice carries well through the sounds of children and washing dishes. Her book is practical and kind. She offers simple questions to why one is keeping something or avoiding going through stuff; questions we simply forget to ask ourselves when we are frustrated and overloaded. Then she offers practical advice and tips to get rid of the stuff taking care to acknowledge that many of us do not want to simply throw it away. I'm a daughter to a hoarder, a mother of 5 little ones, trouble with boundries, trouble saying no, lots to do, and too much stuff! I've been implementing Kerri's thoughts here and there as I face my troubles over the last couple years. This book is a handy reference.

Also Kerri talks about the energy of ourselves and our space. this might bother some. Our mentally, our atmospheres, our habitats, all effect our ability to love and do things. Too much stuff and too much to do and avoiding things makes us all grumpy no matter your core belief.

My favorite Kerri question I have on a note I see everyday: what will you do the day you need it and do not have it?

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  • Aubrey
  • 11-06-20

THE only one you need/only good organizing book out there

This is my fifth book of this type and WOW this is the first time it’s actually hit home. Her simple style, honest and straightforward advice, and how REALISTIC the methods—along with ACTUAL CLEARLY IDENTIFIED RESOURCES instead of abstract or buried how-to’s—blew me away. So glad I took a chance on Richardson’s book. Relatable, inspiring, and (it sounds corny but I mean it) life-changing. I was able to downsize from 1050sq/ft to a 13x11 room allowing my energy to be freed up and emotional baggage to drain away. My life is so much better because of this book and I can’t express my gratitude or recommendations enough.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 01-10-19

Extremely helpful book

I love how Kerri can change how you think about certain things you've done your whole life! It turned something so overwhelming, into small manageable thoughts and processes. Well worth the read!!

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  • Melissa Monette
  • 01-03-21

Best Decluttering Book Out There!

I've been through decluttering courses and read countless books, this is BY FAR the best for getting to the ROOT of the clutter! I love the action steps at the end of each chapter! If you're looking to get rid of clutter FOR GOOD, read this book!!

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  • J.
  • 01-01-21

One of the better declutter books

One star knocked off for performance only. Her pacing in general was perfect but she should slow down a little to space the chapters and questions presented at different times throughout the book. She is easy to understand in both her presentation and what she is saying. Her real life examples are succinct and contribute well to the points she is making without my wanting her to get on with it.

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  • Tara Daves
  • 08-07-20

Enlightening examples

This is an enlightening, if somewhat shallow, look into the psyche of holding onto clutter.

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  • JJ Gulley
  • 05-01-21

Fabulous

I learned a lot about myself and can't wait to read her next book!

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  • Marta
  • 19-07-19

Not anything I'm interested in.

Mixes the topic with her philosophy of life. Believes "the Universe is behind her." Fine book if you appreciate her philosophy of life.

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  • Kreeta Tuohimaa
  • 30-05-21

Mental clutter underneath the physical clutter

Explains why clutter accumulates and is hard to discard. Don't like narrator's voice. Fascinating story.

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  • VGNSK8RQU33N
  • 15-04-21

Good, but not really for me

Very good. Offers insights about why the clutter is really there, BUT tbh, now that I've discovered Marie Kondo ~ I resonate with the latter much better: I have the pbk manga of her first book and have borrowed Spark Joy and both are just blowing me away on a whole other level, so no offense to this author, who does a fine job; this book's not really for me.

THIS Author sounds like Rosie O' Donnell - Meg's friend from Sleepless in Seattle, very friendly, personable girl next door, is Kerri.

The resources are US-centric but there's still a ton of helpful stuff in here.

And the thing is, different teachers work better for different ppl so give her a go if she feels right for you but for me, now that I've got MK, no need for any more books on the subject

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  • Anonymous User
  • 15-02-20

Very insightful - loved it.

As the headline says, I found this book very insightful. it gave me news ways to look and act to de-clutter my house, my life and me.
Loved it. Thank you Kerri.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 16-09-20

This Got Me Thinking....

I always have alot of trouble deciding what I need to keep and what to let go of. The narrator was clear and easy to follow and the ideas put forth make for a common sense approach to clearing out your house. Very enjoyable read.