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3 Books to Help You Lose Weight by Clearing Clutter and Getting Organized

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[tps_header]Scientists and researchers have found a direct correlation between getting rid of clutter and losing weight. Cases have been documented to prove that people who hold onto clutter in their house, office and car also hold onto pounds even when they go on a diet or visit the gym.

Doctors have discovered that as soon as hoarders get rid of clutter, they also lose weight.  The simple act of clearing clutter can transform your life by releasing negative emotions, generating energy, and ultimately losing weight. (source:  Examiner.com)

Here are 3 books that can help:[/tps_header]

0026b18f_mediumStuff Your Face or Face Your Stuff: The Organized Approach to Lose Weight by Decluttering Your Life

While organizing the lives of her many clients as an organizing expert and a frequent guest on A&E’s Hoarders show, Dorothy Breininger learned to face her own clutter, and lost 75 pounds in the process. In this one-of-a-kind book, she tackles downsizing from the much-needed perspective of what lies underneath our clutter—metaphorically, physically, and emotionally. With some of the most extreme and memorable true stories from the Hoarders show, Breininger reveals what our clutter is trying to tell us and how it relates to our struggles to lose weight and keep it off.

Whether you’re a packrat, a neat freak, or trying to tame the hoarder within, Breininger reveals why, to be successful on the scale, you must first master the clutter within you and around you.

Find it on Amazon: Stuff Your Face or Face Your Stuff: The Organized Approach to Lose Weight by Decluttering Your Life

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  1. Valerie Nickerson Loveland

    February 19, 2015 at 5:03 pm

    These might be my NXT 3 books

  2. Nancy Jo

    February 1, 2014 at 6:34 pm

    more clutter

  3. Chiffon Lott

    February 1, 2014 at 3:26 pm

    I agree!!!

  4. Jane E Twombly

    February 1, 2014 at 11:14 am

    I wonder if it is perhaps that clutter can foster anxiety and then stress eating follows- even without being aware of the anxiety. Interesting!

  5. The Weigh We Were.com

    February 1, 2014 at 11:07 am

    I know this is true for me. It’s much easier for me to stick to healthy habits when my environment is organized. 🙂 ~kat

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