It’s All Too Much: An Easy Plan for Living a Richer Life with Less Stuff

It's All Too Much

Authors: Peter Walsh,

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Your home has an impact on your psychology. In this book, your favorite organizational guru from TLC’S Clean Sweep shows you how you can declutter, clear out the unnecessary things that lie around and break free from the prison you’ve made your house into. As a result, you will find that you are more at ease, more positive, and less anxious about life.

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