Throw Out Fifty Things: Clear the Clutter, Find Your Life

Throw Out Fifty Things

Authors: Gail Blanke,

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A clean and organized home has remarkable effects on one’s psychology. In this book, Gail Blanke takes you on a tour around your own house and makes you get rid of 50 things there, including those clothes that don’t fit you anymore and the time-old regrets that have been holding you down!

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