Getting Rid of It: The Step-by-step Guide for Eliminating the Clutter in Your Life

| December 28, 2013

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Getting Rid of It: The Step-by-step Guide for Eliminating the Clutter in Your Life

You have too much stuff! Your closets are filled with clothes you never wear. You have not seen your kitchen counters in months. Your junk drawer has exploded into an entire room of things you don’t use. How can we say that when we don’t even know you? Well, because most people do and we were just like you.

In 2008 we put our decluttering and downsizing skills to the ultimate test: Get Rid of Everything we owned in order to follow our dream and travel around the world. From that experience we documented every step in the process to provide you with the comprehensive guide to decluttering your home and putting some extra cash in your packet.

How do you think your life could change if you got rid of some of the stuff tying you down? You don’t have to go as far as we did, but you’ll benefit from our extreme experience no matter big or small your decluttering project may be. We know decluttering inside and out, and you can take advantage of our experience to create your own clutter-free zone for relaxing, socializing, and spending time with family and friends.

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  1. I have been paying close attention to your newsletter, but came to the conclusion that it only has books by one author, Emma. Every entry show; by Emma. When I click on the link it takes me to a page with the book cover and at the bottom it clearly says ‘about the author’ and there is Emma. This is very confusing and frankly not helping authors much, IMO.

  2. Emma says:

    Interesting observation, Maria. I never thought of that. The about the author section is the author of the post on the site, not the author of the book. I assumed most people who read blogs would understand that, but I can see how it might be misleading. I might look into removing that section. Thanks. 🙂

  3. Emma says:

    PS I wish I was prolific enough to have written all of the books featured on this site. I would be a very rich lady. 🙂