Do you have clutter?
Do you struggle with what to do with all your “stuff”?
Do you find you get stuck or don’t know where to start?
Inside Making Room for Happiness: Tips for Clearing Clutter, you will find help in identifying three types of clutter; Physical, Emotional, and Mental.
It is only as of late that people understand the serious nature of clutter in every area of life. Clutter takes up so much space physically, mentally, or emotionally, that it robs you of room for new things in the area of life it is affecting.
This eBook will help you:
- Figure out which type of clutter is keeping you from moving forward
- Put into perspective each of the 3 types of clutter.
- Learn out how to tackle each specific type of clutter.
This is the type of self-help book you read now, then come back to when you are ready to clear some clutter! Print out the page of steps needed to take action (on your particular type of clutter) and it will walk you through.
Inside of this ebook, you’ll find many pages of amazing information,
including step-by-step Tips to Clearing Clutter:
~~ 7 Tips to Clearing the Physical Clutter
~~ 9 Tips to Clearing Emotional Clutter
~~ 5 Tips to Clearing Mental Clutter
This Type B turned Type A had trouble getting rid of many older items due to emotional attachments. I spent many years learning to help myself clear clutter. In my 2014 psychology class, the professor and I talked about time management, organizing, clutter, and relationships. As we spoke of the psychological reasons behind each of these things, I had an epiphany and started writing Making Room for Happiness: Tips for Clearing Clutter.
I researched these topics for the class while learning how to research and write reviews of psychology studies. Using this education and a lifetime of learning about organizing and conquering clutter, I wrote about these three types of clutter: physical, emotional, and mental. I would love to hear how it helps you along your journey.
(Notice: No portion of this eBook may be reproduced or redistributed without prior written permission from The Busy Woman©. All key phrases in this eBook are under copyright protection and may not be reproduced.)
Don’t take my word for it. Read what others have to say:
Clutter can be overwhelming, whether it’s physical, emotional or mental. What I love about this book is that Susie really breaks down the concepts and gives you step-by-step instructions on how to be successful at this. Just reading the book and knowing that there is a clear guide to help me get through the clutter is already making me happier!
As someone who is organizationally challenged, I’m always looking for tips and ideas to help me manage clutter. Susie’s book offers a quick, down and dirty tips to doing just that. While many clutter-cleaning guides are long and have tons of steps making them seem overwhelming, Susie gives you the motivation and inspiration, as well as quick steps to get your space and mind clear of clutter.
Leslie Truex, Author of the Work-At-Home Success Bible
If you are a woman who is tired of being overrun by clutter, you’ll want to read Making Room for Happiness. Susie Glennan has created a gem for helping us identify, organize, and process the clutter in our lives–whether it be mental, emotional or physical. Filled with practically manageable steps toward a lasting solution, this e-book is one you’ll want to keep handy as you move step by step along the road to less clutter and more smiles. Life is too short to be bogged down by thoughts and things that aren’t helping us grow. Let Susie Glennan put you in the driver’s seat to removing what holds you back and freeing up space for joy.
Lisa Easterling – Tampa, FL
There’s a lot more than physical stuff involved when there’s clutter to clean up. Emotions are almost always at the heart of the clutter issue. Susie Glennan goes right to the “heart” of the matter with her tips on clearing the clutter. Her message is simple and easy to follow. I read if from cover to cover and even put a few ideas into immediate action!
While organizing is an area of my life that I sometimes enjoy, the reality is that I am not as organized as I wish to be. Typically, I like to organize when it is FUN. In other words, if I am redecorating, it is FUN to clean out a room and rid myself of the junk that has accumulated and replace it with items that are lovely to look at and create order. I often think if I were able to afford to, or had the time to DIY decorate more frequently (by more frequently, I believe every 3 months would be perfect), my home would be as neat and tidy as I wish it to be. This, however, is not my reality. After reading Making Time for Happiness: Tips for Clearing Clutter, by Susie Glennan of The Busy Woman, I’ve finally identified what is holding me back. In her ebook, Susie explains the reasons behind why YOUR clutter exists, and once you have identified the answer to this question, what to do about it. Many organizing and “rid the clutter” websites and blogs simply tell you HOW to get rid of the clutter, not WHY you have it to begin with. Herein lays the key to stopping the madness that causes stress that I would like to send packing! I am really looking forward to beginning my purge this weekend and purging the stress along with it.