Keep or Toss…That is the Question - De-cluttering Your House and Your Life
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Why De-Clutter Your House
Reasons for de-cluttering your house
Chapter 2: How to De-clutter Your House
Tips for de-cluttering:
Chapter 3: Why De-Clutter Your Life
Chapter 4: How to De-Clutter Your Life
Tips for de-cluttering your life
Chapter 5: What to Do With All That Stuff
America is known as the land of opportunity and the land of plenty. There was a time, though, when people were far more content with much less. Closets weren’t filled with clothes, shoes and purses. Families did not have multiple sets of dishes to eat from. One was the number of televisions in a home and everyone watched together.
So what happened to make us start believing we needed so much more than our parents and grandparents did? Are we better? Smarter? More entitled? Certainly not!
I think we developed the mindset of needing more for no other reason than there are more things to have and they are all right here and readily available to us.
Thankfully, though, more and more people are beginning to see the futility of having so much stuff. More and more people are realizing our parents and grandparents knew what they were talking about when they spoke of ‘the simple life’ and are trading their excess belongings for more time and space to do what really matters…spend time with the people they love and do the things they really enjoy doing.
The purpose of this book is to help you de-clutter your life; to get rid of things you don’t need and to help you see the benefit of not being so attached to material possessions.
So gather a few (or several) boxes and even some trash bags because a simpler and less cluttered life truly is a better life.