In her book, "If I'm So Smart, Why Can't I Get Rid of This Clutter?," author and life coach Sallie Felton, walks you through the steps you through the practical and organizational strategies that make it easy to stay organized; but this book goes deeper and uncovers the hidden reasons why it can be so hard to get clutter free and stay that way.
Her book includes:
Getting Started Tools – The first step to conquering clutter is breaking it up into more manageable chunks – literally and metaphorically. These tools will get you heading in the right direction without feeling overwhelmed and defeated.
Practical Tools – There is simply no way to end clutter without getting rid of some stuff. What’s more, you’ll need to find techniques for dealing with new stuff as it arrives. These are tools you’ll come back to again and again.
Feeling Tools – Oh if only clutter were just about stuff and storage solutions! Things would be so much easier. The real challenge is learning to let go of emotional clutter. These tools will show you how, one heartbeat at time.
Motivation Tools – Everyone needs help reaching their goals and maintaining their new status. One way to get really motivated is to understand the true cost of clutter.
Belief Tools – The tools will show you how to unearth the beliefs you have about yourself and teach you how to turn the negative, self-defeating ones into empowering affirmations. How will that help you keep your house clean? You might be surprised to find out!
Self-Care Tools - Too often we push ourselves, day in and day out, to do more, give more, achieve more. To what end? If we don’t make time to take care of ourselves, to re-energize and re-vitalize ourselves we make it impossible to do, give or achieve our best. These tools put you in the driver’s seat of your own life.
Future Tools – These tools put a plan in place for bringing life to your vision and creating the future you want. We’ll do this in a way that builds confidence, makes room for life’s unpredictable ways and sets you up for nothing less than success.