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Minimalist Home Secrets - The Ultimate Guide To Declutter and Organize Your Home Through Minimalist Living - cover

Minimalist Home Secrets - The Ultimate Guide To Declutter and Organize Your Home Through Minimalist Living

Grace Burke

Publisher: Diamond Monarch

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Summary

Do you want to live with less, but find it hard letting go of certain items?
 
Discover the joy of a clutter-free life while maintaining a beautiful, purposeful home.
 
Before I began my minimalist journey, I was tasked with decluttering my mother’s home during a difficult period. I was both emotional and distressed by the daunting task of losing countless possessions I had grown up with. Each item had been brought into the home by my mother’s hand and felt impossible to let go.
 
The stress brought on by the task carried over into my own home, where I realized a change needed to be made.
 
The desire for less called me. 
 
I needed a way to shed the burden of clutter and lead a more intentional life.
 
I felt the frustration of a home having lost its purpose.
 
This book is for you, if...
 
You are tired of tripping over clutter in your own home.
 
You’re frustrated by over-packed closets that have lost their organizational purpose.
 
You feel even more frustrated about being unable to let go of family heirlooms.
 
You feel that your home has lost its overall purpose.
 
“Life truly begins after you have put your house in order.” - Marie Kondo
 
In this book, you will discover:
 
• Powerful Step-by-Step Strategies to Declutter Each Room of Your Home• 8 Essential Shopping Rules, Guaranteed to Reduce Inbound Clutter• Life Changing Methods to Re-arrange Your Bedroom for the Best Sleep Possible• The #1 Time-Saving Routine for Minimizing Laundry Chores and Clutter• The Essential Color Combinations to Bring More Serenity to Your Home• Groundbreaking Methods to Efficiently Optimize Your Clothes Closets• 6 Proven Mindsets to Easily Let Go of Family Heirlooms… Without Regret!
 
A minimalist home can be achieved by anyone. It only takes a few minutes to get started.
 
Studies have shown that people with decluttered homes have lower levels of stress. According to the National Soap and Detergent Association, getting rid of clutter would eliminate 40 percent of housework in the average home.
 
The methods in this book are so easy to follow, you will be able to transform your home, even if you have little time to start.
 
Minimalist Home Secrets was written to re-create your home into a place of peaceful and purposeful living, especially if you struggle letting go of objects.
 
If you are ready to transform your home, then pick up this book today!

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