10-Minute Declutter: The Complete Declutter Guide: How To De-clutter Your Home, Have More Time, Be More Productive and Finding Happiness.
This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to clear away clutter in your home and organize things in their proper place so that you will have more time for other productive endeavors. The moment that you are not tied up anymore into your jumbled belongings and clearing away your household mess, you will have more meaningful time to find satisfaction and happiness in life.
This book contains proven techniques and strategies that will help you put things in order at home and in your life. So much time is wasted in your life trying to find those things that you need because everything around you is cluttered. The methods that will be discussed here will help you manage your clutter, thus freeing more of your time to be spent on things that will lead you to more happiness, productivity, and fulfillment.
Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn...
Change of Perspective
One Small Step at a Time
Set Aside a Specific Time
Giving a Home for Everything
Adopt the Ten-Minute Daily De-cluttering Method
Embrace the Penicillin Method
Implement an Effective Home Management System
Much, much more!
Change of Perspective
You may wonder how a change of perspective has anything to do with de-cluttering your home or workplace. First of all, you should realize that you can de-clutter every area in your home all the time but you will still end up with a cluttered home afterwards. Clutter is the accumulated product of bad habits and routines. Thus, even if you clear up an area, without changing your perspective about your present home management system or habits, clutter will still find its way back to your home.
Decluttering, on its own, will not solve the problem of a messy home. You need to remember that clutter is the product of gradual build-up of things left strewn across floors, countertops, draped over couches and stashed haphazardly in corners or drawers. Plus, it is also the indirect product of amassing things even when you have no proper place for your new possessions.
If you want to declutter your home effectively you must first change your ways. This means that you need to change your perspective on how to manage your home and organize your things. You also need to discard old, bad habits that are contributing to all the clutter. If you keep the attitude of putting things in order until later or expecting things to organize itself like magic, you will definitely have a hard time accomplishing your decluttering mission.
One vital example of a change in your perspective in this sense is to slow down or to stop (if possible) buying things for your home.