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It's All Too Much: An Easy Plan for Living a Richer Life with Less Stuff


The organizational guru of TLC's hit show "Clean Sweep" shares his proven program to help readers let go of emotional and physical clutter, get ... Show synopsis

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Reviews of It's All Too Much: An Easy Plan for Living a Richer Life with Less Stuff

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by Linda on Nov 18, 2011

Great book and it's actually helping me clear out my life and my house. Highly recommended.

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by Kathleen W on Oct 26, 2010

The advice was familiar from viewing Clean Sweep. Lots of practical tips about how we view our belongings and how changing our perspective can help sort what is valuable from what is clutter.


This Book Can Change Your Life

by Clutterbaby on Mar 11, 2010

Clutter is a problem for me--my home is filled with carefully filed memories. I'm always trying to find ways to deal with my clutter, but alas! clutter is SOOO HARD to deal with. Peter Walsh must have learned a lot from his stint as a professional organizer for the hit series Clean Sweep, because he understands why people accumulate clutter and has developed workable solutions for handling it. This book makes sense for me, and even my husband is getting inspired to reduce the load of memories he has been saving.


It's all about your stuff

by Auntbee on Aug 30, 2007

The author explains why we need to get rid of too much stuff, why our stuff is snuffing out our lives, and what too much stuff does to a person and his family. He takes a strong stand on how to decide what stuff to get rid of and how to get rid of our stuff and still come up smiling. Unless you live in a minimalist loft, you need to read this book.



by Connie73 on Jul 1, 2007

This book suited me. Although the theory in Part I seemed a bit overdone, still it pressed the author's belief that a change of mindset is essential to ending the collecting and hoarding mentality. Actually, I could hear myself saying the excuses he used in his examples, which he successfully shot down. I felt like I could take his solutions and run with them. In Part II he walks through all the rooms in a home, coaching and instructing the reader to evaluate and act on their decisions. I'm sure many people will come out winners after reading this book and adopting its practices.

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