Making Space, Clutter Free: The Last Book on Decluttering You'll Ever Need

Tracy McCubbin (Author)
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Description

"This isn't another Kondo-clone, because she dives into the heart of why decluttering is so difficult."-- Booklist, STARRED Review

Discover the freedom of a beautiful home, personal purpose, and joyful inner confidence

Decluttering expert Tracy McCubbin offers revolutionary help to anyone who has repeatedly tried to break their clutter's mysterious hold. Her powerful answer lies in the 7 Emotional Clutter Blocks, unconscious obstacles that stood between thousands of her clients and financial freedom, healthy relationships, and positive outlooks.

Once a Clutter Block is revealed--and healed--true transformation of home and life is possible. Her empowering techniques and strategies help you:

  • Recognize and overcome your Clutter Block(s) to liberate your home.
  • Lighten and purge without the rigidity of the other methods.
  • Use your home to attain life goals like health, wealth and love.

It's time to break through your Clutter Blocks and discover the lasting happiness waiting for you on the other side!

Additional Praise for Making Space, Clutter Free:
"What sets Tracy McCubbin apart is her kind and empathetic approach to organizing--she truly understands the psychology behind peoples' attachment to things."--Patricia Heaton

"In Making Space, Clutter Free Tracy offers a realistic approach to managing your belongings. Instead of prescribing perfection, she understands our individual differences require individual strategies--and that it doesn't always need to be rational."--Cait Flanders, bestselling author of The Year of Less

Product Details

Price
$16.99  $15.63
Publisher
Sourcebooks
Publish Date
June 04, 2019
Pages
288
Dimensions
6.2 X 1.0 X 8.1 inches | 1.2 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781492675198

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About the Author

Tracy McCubbin is the founder and CEO of dClutterfly, Los Angeles's #1 home organizing company, specializing in identifying the emotional blocks behind why we clutter. She is a featured expert on Hallmark's Home & Family and appears regularly on Fox 5, ABC Eyewitness News, KTLA Morning News, KCAL9, and Good Day Sacramento.

Reviews

"What sets Tracy McCubbin apart is her kind and empathetic approach to organizing-she truly understands the psychology behind peoples' attachment to things. For me personally, when Tracy helps me declutter my house, she also helps me declutter my life! Her calm, pragmatic, and efficient spirit helps me not only put my house in order, but more importantly, my brain. I feel lighter and more focused after Tracy works her magic. I'm so excited that now my friends and fans will have the opportunity to meet Tracy through her book-a fresh start is just pages away!" - Patricia Heaton
"This isn't another Kondo-clone, because she dives into the heart of why decluttering is so difficult...besides her
eminently practical and understanding advice, the memorable testimonials will stick with readers...a panacea for those who believe they can't cope with stuff." - Booklist - STARRED Review
"In Making Space, Clutter Free Tracy offers a realistic approach to managing your belongings. Instead of prescribing perfection, she understands our individual differences require individual strategies-and that it doesn't always need to be rational. The chapter on conscious consumption is what's often missing from this conversation but is so necessary right now. If you can change your relationship with shopping, you can change your relationship with stuff." - Cait Flanders, bestselling author of The Year of Less
"Each chapter is written in a way that makes you feel like McCubbin is walking through your door just as she would with her in-person clients. From beginning to end, her tone is welcoming and never judgmental...within the first 100 pages she makes it very clear that this process isn't to transform a home into an Instagram sensation, but to create a livable space that makes the reader comfortable and happy. " - Real Simple
"While many books concentrate on either the emotional aspects of clutter or tips for getting rid of it, McCubbin interweaves both, resulting in highly practical guidance. " - Library Journal