I have read many many books on decluttering. For a while, I would say it almost became a hobby of mine to search out and find books on the topic. I would search shelf after shelf in used books stores, Goodwill stores, libraries, and occasionally websites of full-price retailers like Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Despite the numerous books that I have read, many fell very short in their benefits. In fact, many books I read were down right disappointing. In my very humble opinion, there was one book that stood out among the rest for readability, practicality, and relatability.
My all-time favorite decluttering book is, Clutter’s Last Stand by Don Aslett. This book is the only decluttering book that kept me interested from beginning to the end, I didn’t want to put it down. Mr. Aslett drew me in with his humor and casual writing style, putting me at ease with the fact that I did not have my clutter under control. If you would be interested in checking it out, you should be able to get it through your local library in order to save money (who with CI doesn’t need to do that?). If your local library does not carry it, many libraries will try to find a book for you through an interlibrary loan at no cost to you. Otherwise, you may be able to find it at a used bookstore.
Until next time my friend…….happy reading…….you are a super hero!