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Byline: Val Haynes

No More Clutter by Sue Kay (Hodder Mobius, pounds 8.99)

CLUTTER is a modern malaise. We are the generation who has it all, but doesn't know where to put it.

Sue Kay points out that things do not just arrive in our homes - we have to bring them in.

Yet the burden of possessions can become so overwhelming, it is almost as if our things control us.

In this book, she explains how to get over the psychological hurdles of hoarding and maps out a strategy to start the shedding process.

And it's not just a question of freeing up physical space. Kay maintains that clutter stresses and stagnates and once you are free of it, almost magically, you create space in your life for new things to happen.

I have already demonstrated my new minimalist mentality by passing this book on to someone who needs it even more than I do.****
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Mar 11, 2006
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