The U.S. Department of Energy reports that one-quarter of people with two-car garages have so much stuff in there that they can’t park their car. British research found that the average 10-year-old owns 238 toys but plays with just 12 daily. We are drowning in stuff, and we seem to be no happier for it.
However, bestselling author Karin Kiser claims that clutter is not actually the problem. The real problem is that most people are caught in a declutter-reclutter cycle and they don’t even know it.
In Kiser’s new book, Free and Clear: 7 Steps to Declutter Your Home and Your Head (April 3, 2018 release date, published by Camino Chronicles Press), she reveals the 7-step system to breaking this re-cluttering habit, so you can finally be free of the anxiety and exasperation that excess physical clutter can provoke. You’ll discover:
- Why you wear the same 20 percent of your wardrobe over and over
- How to declutter your closet, kitchen, living spaces – and even your mind
- How to capture a renewed sense of freedom, appreciation, and ease with your physical stuff
Unlike traditional approaches to declutter, Kiser does not offer another method to fold your shirts or rearrange your stuff. Instead, she uncovers the real issue of why you accumulated all that stuff in the first place.
Free and Clear: 7 Steps to Declutter Your Home and Your Head reveals the secret to breaking the re-cluttering habit once and for all, so you can feel lighter, happier and at peace with the world.
Karin Kiser is the founder of Radical Simplicity™ and author of the #1 international bestseller Lighten Your Load. She helps people simplify and detox their lives so they can live at a higher level with more time, energy, simplicity and ease.