"In Andrew J. Mellen's book, Unstuff Your Life! he first asks you to reflect on all your "stuff" and what's truly important. If you were to list the three most important things in your life, he asks, would they really be things?" Oreg on Live
"Regardless of whether you'll be decluttering for the first or fifth time, Mellen's book can be really helpful."Thrifty Homesteader
"Unstuff Your Life is motivational, humorous and actually fairly uncomplicated."Running On Chaos Blog
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