Do you need to buy the book “How to Organize (Just About) Everything: More Than 500 Step-by-Step Instructions for Everything from Organizing Your Closets to Planning a Wedding to Creating a Flawless Filing System”?
The so-called ultimate guide to getting it all together with 501 chapters. Yes, it’s all too much; cluttered with unnecessary information. In fact, you can find many of the tips from the Internet for free.
So, you are interested in making a change in your cluttered up life? You want to live a simpler life. This is where you starts: your humble home. Here is where you live, breathe, rest, love and create. If you want more time, peace of mind and save more money, then follow these three easy guide and live a richer life with less stuff:
1. Don’t buy or stop buying any more book or DVD by “organizational consultant” Peter Walsh. Love what you have, have what you need, and be happier with less, as what Peter Walsh himself advised us. He even tells us to forget self-help books. Get rid of the clutter. Get organized.
You can get ample free tips on uncluttering and about how to find the delicate balance between what we have, what we need, and what we want or feel entitled to.
2. If you want to smile more, stress less and getting organized, then be where you are now. Stop adding any more unnecessary stuff like Peter Walsh’s T-shirts from POSITITEES. I am sure most of you have more than enough cheaper T-shirts in your wardrobe.
3. Lighten up your email inbox. Stop subscribing Peter Walsh Newsletter. If you think you need to read his organizing and decluttering tips, then just go to his Newsletter Archive on his site.