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HOW TO REMOVE CLUTTER
Clutter.co.uk gives advice on how to remove clutter from home, work and lifestyle
Clutter invades your space and takes over your life. Clutter makes you disorganised, stressed, out of control. Clutter muddies your thinking, takes over your home or workplace and distracts you from your priorities. Clutter can stop you achieving your goals. Clutter affects your self-confidence and the image you present to others.
Clutter.co.uk gives you the answers to the problems that clutter creates.
THE PROBLEM WITH CLUTTER
Clutter may not seem important in the grand scheme of things, but that's misleading. We cope with death, divorce, taxes and even challenging children. But the kind of thing that pushes us over the edge comes when we can’t find a clean shirt for work, or when we've lost our car keys. The cause of this chaos is usually... clutter.
Clutter may seem a small problem, but it compounds other problems and distracts you from what really matters in your life. Clutter.co.uk is not about hiding clutter, storing clutter, or organising clutter; it is about getting rid of clutter.
Clutter.co.uk takes you through these steps in more detail and guides you through the decluttering process: helping you to bring control, order, harmony, freedom and best of all, self-respect, back into your life. To help you dispose of those unwanted items, clutter.co.uk includes Links to some invaluable resources for the declutterer and a Further Reading section where you can get more detailed advice.
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