Mind Over Clutter: Cleaning Your Way to a Calm and Happy Home (Paperback)Nicola Lewis (author)
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From the creator of This Girl Can Organise, the ultimate guide to decluttering your home in a fun, sustainable and meaningful way.
Are you drowning in clutter? Do you dread opening your cupboards because of the mess that awaits inside? Are you ready to sort out your house for good and discover a happier, calmer you?
If you've tried and struggled with Marie Kondo's The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up or Dana K. White's Decluttering at the Speed of Life, Nicola Lewis can help you finally achieve the tidy, clean and healthy home you've always wanted.
In this book, Nicola will arm you with the tools you need to clean and clear your home. With a step-by-step, room-by-room plan to get rid of clutter, recipes for natural, eco-friendly cleaning products and tips on upcycling your household items, housework and organising have never been this easy! From your makeup bag to your `hoarders' garage, your home will be spick, span and sparkling.
Sections of the book include:
Tidy Home, Tidy Mind
How to Declutter: Room by Room
Eco-cleaning Your Home
Upcycling and Donating
Decluttering to Go
Nicola sprinkles magic wherever she goes and she has seen first-hand how decluttering and tidying your home can help transform your mind, bringing you new-found confidence and happiness. Filled with helpful tips and tricks, actionable insights and positive affirmations, this is the perfect book to refer to whenever you need help to tidy your life.
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Number of pages: 240
Weight: 200 g
Dimensions: 216 x 135 x 16 mm
`I'm a big fan of decluttering myself as I really believe it helps tidy the mind. I think what Nicola is doing is truly fantastic and her Instagram brightens up my day.'
`TGCO is like having my very own Mary Poppins. She organises the chaos that enters my home on a daily basis and sprinkles her magic making everything calm and tidy. She's changed my life...'
`After I got sober, I realised that my house was in a state of barely organised chaos. It felt like The Old Curiosity Shop. Nicola came round and with the magic that is her mind, reorganised the space I live in - making it look like the easiest thing in the world. Now my home actually relaxes me. I feel like Nicola has got the best out of it...and that as a result, it gets the best out of me.'
`Nicola is my superhero, not all heroes wear capes.'