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The Sentimental Person’s Guide to Decluttering
Author: Claire Middleton ● Parker-Elgin Press: 2019
Perfect Bound ● 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ ● 216 pages
ISBN: 978-0-9980453-0-6  ● LCCN: 2018964669
● $14.95


About the Author

Claire Middleton is a freelance writer who learned how to downsize and declutter after moving three times in four years, going from a 5-bedroom house to a tiny ranch, and selling or donating more than half of her family’s possessions in the process. When she’s not writing, she’s usually in the kitchen or the garden.

Conquer Your Clutter Without Losing Your Nostalgic Memories

How can you have the organized home of your dreams when you’re emotionally attached to almost all of your stuff?

In The Sentimental Person’s Guide to Decluttering, Claire Middleton offers a plan that you can work through, step by step, to turn your home into the welcoming, roomy haven you’ve always dreamed of, filled with charm, personality… and none of the mess you live with now.

In this book, Claire shares tips that will help you give up the bulk of your sentimental clutter while keeping your most precious treasures to use and display. Learn how to shrink your collections of nostalgic items like:

    • Your children’s baby clothes and toys
    • Mementos from your own youth
    • Clothes you’ve kept for decades
    • Heirlooms you inherited
    • Books you’ve kept for years
    • Holiday decorations
    • And everything else that brings back happy memories.

You don’t have to live with overflowing closets, an attic full of boxes and a basement packed with more of the same, just because it’s so hard for you to sort through and give up belongings linked to your past.

The truth is, you CAN finally free yourself of clutter while keeping your most treasured belongings. Claire and her family gave up more than half their possessions when they downsized from their large family home to a much smaller house. She let go of things she’d been carrying around for most of her life, as well as treasured mementos from many years of raising her large family to adulthood. In this book, she spells out the steps a sentimental person can take to reduce their clutter while keeping their memories intact.

Read The Sentimental Person’s Guide to Decluttering now, and start on the path to conquering clutter without giving up happy memories.