I've been reading this awesome book for the past few days:
I had gotten a little lost in the stuff packed in my house. Tackling it became more and more difficult because I was overwhelmed. I felt defeated before I started.
I'm such a headcase when I declutter. "I could use it." "I plan on doing that project." "I will fit in that." Blah. blah. blah.
Not only is The Joy of Less a room-by-room how-to declutter guide, but it is a pep talk before you even start. The first part of the book is the psychology of it all, and now I feel clear on what I'm doing before I tackle the junk. It even tells you how to declutter your schedule. Yes! I can't wait until I get to that chapter. A totally foreign concept to me.
Minimalism. It's a beautiful thing. Simple. Uncluttered. Uncomplicated life.