The good people over at Sourcebooks dropped by my inbox to let me know about some goodies and info for you all. It’s a new year. Spring is just around the corner. Now is a good a time as any to sit down and make a plan on tackling the clutter in your room, home, or mind and what better way to do that than with tips and a giveaway! Here commences, the Week of No Clutter!
Everyone eats. Everyone sleeps. Everyone accumulates stuff.
The hilarious author of Year of No Sugar, Eve Schaub, returns with her new memoir, Year of No Clutter, to tackle the issue of “things.” Specifically, the 576-square-foot room in her house that is overflowing with stuff she can’t bring herself to throw away, like her fifth grade report card and pieces of plaster wall stuffed in a box.
Year of No Clutter is more than the tale of how one woman organized an entire room in her house that had been filled with pointless items, it’s a deeply inspiring, and frequently hilarious, examination of why we keep stuff in the first place, and how to let it all go.
I reviewed Year of No Clutter last week on the blog and found it to be entertaining in some instances, and surprisingly enlightening. To be honest, Schaub got on my nerves a few times, but her inner battles and poignant reflections are some to be surely noted.
Personally, I’m no stranger to clutter. As a young adult, branching off into the world I am constantly coming back to my familiar spaces and finding items that I dearly held onto as a child and teen and I just think to myself, “why?”
I’m also a fan of lifestyle tips and tips on how to deal with clutter and keeping a neat space. If you are too, be sure to sign up for the Week of No Clutter’s daily e-newsletter.
Sign up here – http://books.sourcebooks.com/year-of-no-clutter/ – to receive a daily e-newsletter with tips, advice and videos from Eve Schaub on how to start conquering clutter this spring during the Week of No Clutter, March 7-14.
And last, but not least, don’t forget to enter the Rafflecopter giveaway, for your chance to win a copy of Eve O. Schaub’s Year of No Clutter.