It's All Too Much Workbook

It's All Too Much Workbook

The Tools You Need to Conquer Clutter and Create the Life You Want

By Peter Walsh

Free Press, Paperback, 9781439149560, 286pp.

Publication Date: April 21, 2009

The perfect companion to the "New York Times" bestselling book by organizing icon Peter Walsh, the "It's All Too Much Workbook" delves deeper than the original book to help readers let go of the physical and mental clutter that is holding them back from a happier, more fulfilled life.
In his bestselling book, "It's All Too Much," Peter Walsh helped tens of thousands of people clear the clutter from their homes and lives. Now, due to many of those same readers requests, Peter has put together the It's All Too Much Workbook. Designed with clear strategies and proven techniques for clearing out each room in your house and a plan for keeping your home clutter-free and organized, this workbook is the perfect next step in a lifetime commitment to creating your ideal life.
Starting from the outside of your home and then working through it room by room, Peter asks hard questions and presents challenging exercises that will help you to understand why you live the way you do and how to move from the clutter to an organized space that reflects the life you imagine for yourself. From an assessment of your living spaces, a quick purge of each room, and the creation of your dream spaces to effective decluttering techniques, great organizational tips, and clear maintenance plans, Peter provides the step-by-step help to make your home work for you, now.
With quizzes, detailed step-by-step plans, a room-by-room assessment tool, and a special area for journaling, this workbook will help you break free of the clutter once and for all.

About the Author
Peter Walsh is an organizational consultant and the author of "How to Organize (Just About) Everything". His media exposure includes appearances on "The Early Show" and "Fox News", as well as in such publications as "USA Today, The New York Times", and "Real Simple". He divides his time between Los Angeles and Melbourne, Australia. For more information about Peter visit