Declutter Now! Uncovering the Hidden Joy and Freedom in Your Life...Review

About the book:
We all have too much STUFF! Not just tangible things, but also the harmful clutter we allow to take up residence in our hearts, minds, bodies, and souls. Every area of your life must be decluttered for you to live with the joy and freedom God desires!

We’ll clean out closets, relationships, and finances.
We’ll share ideas on decluttering your children’s lives from the get-go, and how to instill tools they’ll need to keep them that way.
We’ll navigate through challenges at work and critical career decisions.
Are you burdened by emotional ties that bind or physical problems which keep you in bondage?
We’ll tackle those too! Does your spiritual life feel empty or stalled?

We desire to help! Declutter what you don’t need to make room for what really matters. Less can truly be more!

When I start underlining and marking pages within just the preface, I know this is going to be a good book.  Declutter Now!, written by a husband and wife team, is full of tips and suggestions for getting ride of not only the physical clutter in our lives, but the clutter that comes from complacency, bad habits, relationships and more.

The book is broken down into chapters and is easily read in a couple of sittings and you can just pick it up and work on a chapter or two at a time.  We don't collect clutter in a day and getting ride of the excesses in life isn't something that is going to happen in a day, each area takes work.  Much like remodeling a house, you work on one room at a time and Lindon and Sherry advocate that.  The narrative is easy and you feel like you're having a conversation with the authors as they share their insights with scriptures and biblical principles.

Thanks to Ambassador International for the opportunity to review this book.  You can learn more about Lindon and Sherry Gareis here.  You can see other tour stops and reviews here. You can purchase your own copy here.

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4/5 Stars


  1. I think almost everyone could use this book!

  2. I can't stand clutter. I know quite a few people who need this book though. Wonder if they'd be offended if I bought them a copy?


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