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    You don't have to live overwhelmed by stuff - you can get rid of clutter for good! 

    While the world seems to be in love with the idea of tiny houses and minimalism, real women with real families who are constantly growing and changing simply can't purge it all and start from nothing. Yet a home with too much stuff is a home that is difficult to maintain, so where do we begin? Add in paralyzing emotional attachments and constant life challenges, and it can feel almost impossible to make real decluttering progress. 

    In Decluttering at the Speed of Life, decluttering expert and author Dana White identifies the mind-sets and emotional challenges that make it difficult to declutter. Then, in her signature humorous approach, she provides workable solutions to break through these struggles and get clutter out - for good! 

    But more than simply offering strategies, Dana dives deep into how to implement them, no matter the listener's clutter level or emotional resistance to decluttering. She helps identify procrasticlutter - the stuff that will get done eventually so it doesn't seem urgent - as well as how to make progress when there's no time to declutter. 

    Sections of the book include:

    • Why You Need This Book (You Know Why) 
    • Your Unique Home 
    • Decluttering in the Midst of Real Life 
    • Change Your Mind, Change Your Home 
    • Breaking Through Your Decluttering Delusions 
    • Working It Out Room by Room 
    • Helping Others Declutter 
    • Real Life Goes On (and On) 

    As long as we're living and breathing, new clutter will appear. The good news is that decluttering can get easier, become more natural, and require significantly fewer hours, less emotional bandwidth, and little to no sweat to keep going. 

    ©2018 Dana K. White (P)2018 Thomas Nelson

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    • Bridget
    • 28/03/2018

    Just. Wow.

    I can’t even tell you how many decluttering books I’ve read/listened to/“re-read”... and still nothing ever really sunk in or “took”..and You’d think if you’ve read one, you’ve read them all...but this one really is different. I could *so* relate to this author-I, too, am a ‘creative’ and always see the *potential* in things...things that other people would just be like “wth?” And all these dreams of what I “could potentially do”or had “been meaning to do”-but (duh) even years later “never DID”..yet I was collecting stuff ‘just in case I did’...ugh) The container rule? {MIND BOWN} ... I have tons of audiobooks I never finished (I know, shocker!) ..but really, THIS ONE? I Read it twice in a row and I guarantee that won’t be the last time. TRULY..you won’t be disappointed ..it’s a must read for anyone needing to declutter and not have a bigger mess than when you started!

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    • K. Rowe
    • 22/04/2018

    I wish I had this book 40 years ago

    I've had a huge problem with clutter since I was a teenager. I had a hard time throwing things away for a variety of reasons. Sometimes the clutter would paralyze me. My mom tried to help me to get organized and would encourage me to throw a few things out, but the emphasis was on organization of my clutter, not decluttering. This book makes it crystal clear that organizing is not as powerful as decluttering. I now have a once-a-week de-cluttering afternoon along with my five minute pickups each day. I really wish I had this book 40 years ago. Best audiobook I've listened to in 3 years.

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    • DawnarinoZ
    • 07/04/2018

    The ONLY book that has ever helped

    This is the most helpful book/audiobook that I have ever purchased! I love Dana’s sense of humor in approaching such a sensitive subject for me. She is here in the trenches with us fighting her way through the mini mountains of stuff that choke our homes, our family, and our psyche. Her straight forward and easy steps helped me get past the overwhelming beginning. Her self deprecating humor helped me out of the weeds when I started to hit sensitive areas. And her reiteration of the process helped me to remember the basic steps when dealing with a complex mess. Her narration is so charming that I felt more like I was chatting with my best friend than being taught how to unburden my house from a mess of my own making. Every day I wake up and put on my earbuds and listen to her cheer me on while I find a new area to make livable and beautiful. The Audible version of the book makes the most sense for me because I want to listen to her while I am working on my house, picking up and chauffeuring kids, and running errands.
    I highly recommend this book before reading her first book about how to manage your house. After decluttering, managing housework is so much easier and less stressful. Thank you Dana!

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    • Kenneth Trey Smith
    • 07/04/2018

    Author makes an excellent reader

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    It seems natural to assume that an author, more than anyone else, is best suited to read aloud their own writing. After all, they are the ones who strung these words together to create sentences that turned into paragraphs, pages, then chapters. If you're an avid audiobook listener, though, you've realized this is often not the case. Surprising, isn't it? But "Decluttering at the Speed of Light" is an exception. I cringe at the thought of someone else reading these words, with their conversational style and underlying humor. Dana White's words are insightful on paper or read aloud, but her humor is largely achieved in her unique delivery. She is pitch perfect.

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    • Anonymous User
    • 07/03/2018

    Very inspiring!!

    I honestly do not even know how I found this book as I was browsing through Audible. But I am so glad I did!! The authors wit and way of telling her story of how she decluttered has actually made it enjoyable!
    I definitely recommend this book!!

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    • M
    • 18/12/2018

    Read this book for emotional support

    The story behind this book is what drives the book. If you have trouble with the clutter in your life, and need support as you work through it, this book may be of some assistance. However, this book breaks down into some very simple rules that could easily have been summarized in a blog post. True, following the steps will probably help you de-clutter your life, but if following the step is all you need to do, then the cliff's notes would be a better choice for you than this book. If support is what you are seeking, this book has some of the personal stories and understanding that you may need to be able to hear the steps and begin working towards a healthier, cleaner lifestyle. It also has repetition. Lots of repetition. It's designed in such a way that if you are not going to write down the steps and begin working, then by the end of the book by gosh you will have the steps fairly well memorized.

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    • G. Wright
    • 28/02/2018

    The best decluttering book out there

    I love Dana’s approach and wit. And this system works! I highly recommend this book for people who aren’t automatically tidy or who wake up one day surrounded by clutter. Honest, funny and good to the bone!

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    • Barbara Kerr
    • 22/03/2018

    Awesome & Helpful

    First off, I’ve never listened to an author read a book that was any good, but Dana was exceptional!!! If she ever decides to quit her blogging/writing, she could earn a living reading audio books. I would look for her ,that’s how good she was.

    Secondly, I went into this book thinking it wasn’t really possible to change the way I think about my stuff, and finally get some things out of our home. I was wrong! I’m in the beginning stages, but I’m walking around my home for the first time ever and looking at it as a container. Dana has given me the permission I need to throw away and donate stuff instead of just figure out how to reorganize the stuff we have spilling out everywhere.

    The book was extra interesting because of her own personal examples. I guess it seemed doable compared to those super neat freak women that want to tell you how to to fix your home. Thanks Dana! You’re my new hero.🌷

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    • Kelly Riddle
    • 02/03/2018

    "Spoke to my 'slob' soul..."

    Excellent. Even includes a chapter on decluttering "dreams"! Can't wait to implement her proven tactics!

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    • MLH91
    • 01/03/2018

    Love this book!

    I never thought I’d write a glowing review about a de-cluttering book yet here I am. LOVE this book! Fantastic analogies, heartfelt understanding and realistic tips! Plus, it’s funny! I’ve read several books on de-cluttering but this book is by far the best!

    Id recommend reading or listening to her first book as a prelude.

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    • Sara M.
    • 07/03/2021

    De-mystifying decluttering in real terms

    Love The. Book.
    Love. This. Audiobook

    A no-nonsense look at paralyzing declutter issues and how she tackled them - as a way of finally not only simplifying, but being able to actually enjoy her home life. The info in the book doesn't preach - it builds self-confidence.
    The narration by the author brings everything to life and real meaning as she shares highs and lows which brought her to final success - the most important being the knowledge that decluttering is neverending, but is most definitely achievable.

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