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What Your Clutter Is Trying to Tell You:
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    Publication Date: 15/08/2017
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With a practical, warm and welcoming approach, intuitive life and business coach Kerri Richardson guides you to accept your clutter as a natural manifestation of your state of mind, your emotions, your attachments.
Richardson dives into the most common categories of physical clutter and provides efficient and effective steps for clearing the space for your physical, mental and spiritual well-being to flourish. Kerri explains how you can understand the source of your clutter, the purpose it is serving and the fears it could be representing. In addition, more than house and home, Richardson encourages you to clear out the clutter of relationships and habits that have been occupying your time and energy for too long.
Actionable clutter-clearing activities provide the foundation of this achievable plan to maximize your house, home, and heart's potential.

Book Details

Number of Pages: 128 Pages
Bar Code: 9781788170703
Publisher: Penguin UK

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