The Declutter Challenge: A Guided Journal for Getting Your Home Organized in 30 Quick Steps (Guided Journal for Cleaning & Decorating, for Fans (Paperback)
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A guided decluttering journal. Life happens to the best of us, whether we were born with messy tendencies or not. Messes find their way into our homes and lives and we can't seem to find the strength or time to tackle them. That's where this motivational guided journal by decluttering guru Cassandra Aarssen comes in.
Tested methods that work. Cas Aarssen wasn't always an organization expert. She climbed out of years of cluttered living and transformed her home and her life through organization. In this self-help journal, Cas guides you through favorite tips and tricks that she used to declutter her home and find her way to a more organized and peaceful life.
Pages and pages of decluttering and organizational tools. This interactive journal is designed to help you declutter your home and life through mindfulness and self-motivation. Learn how to navigate the chaos of clutter by taking the time to understand yourself and the underlying meaning behind your clutter. Filled with inspiration and open-ended questions, The Declutter Challenge journal guides you onto the path to a clean and clutter-free home.
Make downsizing a reality. The Declutter Challenge helps you to work through both the emotional and the physical clutter in your life. Explore your thoughts and feelings about your belongings and discover the knowledge and strength to let go of excess.
Take a look inside this life-changing guided journal and find...
- Insights into goal setting
- Supportive prompts and writing exercises that encourage self-refection and understanding
- How to achieve short-term tasks that need to get done or the long-term dreams that you yearn to fulfill
Read Cas Aarssen's other bestselling home organizing books, Real Life Organizing, Cluttered Mess to Organized Success, and The Clutter Connection.