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I was very excited to be a part of Ruth Soukup’s book launching team for her new book Unstuffed. I was able to receive an advanced copy of this new book and it was fantastic.
Ruth blogs over at LivingWell Spending Less and I have followed her blog for a long time now and am a huge fan of it. She also runs Elite Blog Academy which I’m currently enrolled in. I’m just a huge fan of hers and wanted to share with you this wonderful book and give you a taste of what you could learn from it.
Unstuffed is about how we all have just too much in our lives and how that can lead to chaos and stress. I don’t think I know anyone who doesn’t feel stuffed with too much in their lives. I know that I have too much and it can lead to a lot of stress and being annoyed and frustrated.
The problem becomes that although we know that we have too much and are drowning in our stuff. It can be really hard to know how to solve that problem and how to figure out how to gain control over your stuff and to start living with less.
Ruth covers all of this in her new book with lots of practical tips and advice for helping you live a life that has less and is still filled but with only what you love and need. I am working on trying to go through all these tips and lessons so that I can have a less cluttered home and life.
The Biggest Lessons Learned from Unstuffed
- That we can’t create balance by doing more. We need to make time for rest so that our bodies and minds can relax and find peace. Too often we are all trying to do,do,do and it begins to take it’s toll on our mind and body.
2. The different types of guilt we might have attached to getting rid of our belongings and how to work through that feeling. So we can learn to let go of things that we don’t need.
3. How to work through the process of cleaning and decluttering with your children to help teach them how to live with less clutter. You don’t want to send your kids out into the world with the habit of being too cluttered.
There are so many more lessons to be learned in this book. If you struggle with clutter in your life than this is a book that you need in your life. It will help you to finally start breaking the pattern of too much stuff in your life once and for all.
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