DOES THIS SOUND FAMILIAR?
HOARDER MINIMALIST HAS TO OFFER:
THE ACCOMPANYING WORKBOOK OFFERS THESE KEY BENEFITS:
INTERACTION, COLOUR + FUN
Whether you're a dreamer, a schemer or a planner, the Workbook complements the main book and invites you to clarify your intentions, turn ideas into actions and enjoy the process!
RECORD YOUR PROGRESS:
Keep tabs on your successes, your struggles and the goals you set to keep you focussed, build momentum and stay on track.
MAKE IT HAPPEN:
Prompts, planners, worksheets and checklists: what you need to really start implementing the ideas and make them turn into action.
DRILL DOWN TO SPECIFICS:
The opportunity to take the journey outline presented in H
oarder Minimalist and make it a roadmap specific to you: your dreams, your plans and your goals.
Get really clear on the specifics of your life, explore what you're passionate about, and tailor this journey to you.
The Workbook comes with a printable roadmap which clearly outlines all the stages and steps, and allows you to tick them off as you progress.
Sorting, cleaning, tidying, and shopping aren't your idea of fun ways to spend the weekend.
You want to spend less time doing the boring stuff, and spend more time on the things that matter. Things like spending time with friends and family, enjoying hobbies, and pursuing your dreams.
Mess and clutter stands in the way of your productivity, stressing you out and keeping you stuck. Your stuff stands in the way of the life you dream about.
"Lindsay’s books helped me to go from wanting to declutter my house to actually doing it. It is a comprehensive guide to finding what is the right amount of stuff for you. I want to live with less possessions, but care that I let go of items I no longer need in a responsible way. I definitely struggle with guilt of having things that I don't use. Hoarder Minimalist made me realise that those feelings were what was holding me back from decluttering beforehand. The story of Lindsay's own journey and the positive affirmations made the process of clearing out a room much less stressful. While I still have a long way to go in becoming a minimalist, I already feel a degree of freedom from not holding onto items that I never use and knowing that they are being better used elsewhere."
- Jasmine Morris, Australia
A Word from Lindsay
Decluttering doesn't come naturally to everybody: it can be hard to let go of stuff, especially if we've spent a lifetime accumulating it. It definitely didn’t come naturally to me. The first time I tried to declutter, I set myself a goal of finding 100 things in 3 days. I spent three whole days going through my entire home... and I managed around 80 things!
I wanted to badly to get rid of my stuff, yet I just couldn't bring myself to part with anything. (So much so, that when my husband threw some non-working pens in the bin, I took them all out and re-tested them - every single one - just in case there was one that still worked.)
I was racked with guilt, fearful I might regret donating something, and adamant that nothing would end up in landfill. Yet with persistence and a few wrong turns, I found that there is a way.
If you're holding back because decluttering doesn't come naturally to you, let me assure you - I've been there. If you've tried to declutter in the past and found it stressful and overwhelming, I can completely relate. I've been there too.
I’ve experienced the struggles and the challenges and the frustration first-hand. I’ve also experienced the wins and the successes and the triumphs, and I know that a life with less stuff is possible, even when decluttering doesn’t come naturally. If I can do it, anybody can!
There's no need to hold onto any previous false starts or mis-steps. The past doesn't matter: the time is now. Start afresh.
Hoarder Minimalist offers the structure, motivation and support to guide you as you decide what to let go of, how to let go of it, ad how to break the cycle. You don't have to do this alone.
BOOK ONLY OPTION
Workbooks and planners not your thing?
If you'd like to read the main book without the extras and don't want to pay for stuff you don't need, the
Hoarder Minimalist eGuide is available to purchase separately for $19.95.
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