Official release: Unclutter Your Life in One Week

Today is the day Unclutter Your Life in One Week officially goes on sale. It has been a roller-coaster ride, and I am so glad to finally be at this stage in the process. Expanding the Unclutterer message to a new medium is honestly a dream come true. My sincerest desire is that this book will help people discover the benefits of an uncluttered life and inspire them to clear the clutter to pursue what they value most.

On Sunday, I caught my first glimpse of the book “in the wild”:

It was a surreal moment, and when I stopped to think about people actually reading it I was freaked out even more. (Funny, right? I’m a blogger. People read my writing every day. I’m clueless as to why my brain thought it was somehow different.) Thankfully, my son threw up all over himself just seconds after this picture was snapped and quickly brought me out of my panic attack there in Barnes and Noble. Oh, baby puke, what amazing powers you have!

If you pick up a copy of the book, you’ll see that the first people thanked in the Acknowledgments section are you, the readers of Unclutterer.com. Without you, none of this would have been possible. If you didn’t read this site, if you didn’t tell your friends about it, if you didn’t e-mail me questions, and if you weren’t such an amazing group of people, my agent and publisher wouldn’t have even known about our site and its message. You are the reason they took notice and saw the potential for a book. Thank you.

If you buy the book or request it at the library or borrow it from a friend, I hope you enjoy reading it and find it helpful and motivating. I tried my best to write the book I needed when I was overwhelmed with clutter, and I hope it speaks to you wherever you are on your uncluttering journey.

Thank you, again, for supporting me, Unclutterer.com, and the new Unclutter Your Life in One Week. I greatly appreciate it.

61 Comments for “Official release: Unclutter Your Life in One Week”

  1. posted by Lynn on

    Just went to amazon.com to buy my copy. Love the picture of you next to the book at B&N and love the story about the baby throwing up and bringing you back to reality! :) Congratulations – this is a wonderful moment for you. Enjoy it!

  2. posted by Lose That Girl on

    So wonderful! Congratulations, Erin! Such a big moment – you’ve earned it.

    I wrote about your new book on my blog – the post was published yesterday.

  3. posted by enigma on

    Congratulations! (I remember my first publication and that was definitely nothing compared to your accomplishment) Happy Sales …

    Will there be a German version?

  4. posted by Greg - Live It with less on

    Wow ! congratulations.

  5. posted by Robin Elise Weiss, LCCE on

    Erin, Your book just arrived – I’ve been waiting for it. I can’t wait for the kids to go to bed so I can dig my way out.

  6. posted by Amy on

    Congratulations! Love the site!

  7. posted by Nicole on

    Congratulations! I’ve love the “sneak peeks” already. Unclutterer has helped the quality of my life in so many ways!

  8. posted by Alex Fayle | Someday Syndrome on

    Congratulations!

    Now when is the next one due to come out? ;)

  9. posted by Michael on

    Congrats~! unclutterer.com and your posts have done so much for me and the decluttering of my life. Keep it up!

  10. posted by Macbee on

    Hi Erin –

    My two copies (yes, two!) arrived yesterday and I had to laugh when I read your opening about the friend who wanted two ’cause one would get lost in all the mess. I actually ordered two inadvertently due to personal disorganization, but have no intention of doing a return. If I don’t lose one copy in the next month or so, the second make a wonderful Christmas gift!

  11. posted by Karyn on

    This is a bit belated, because I spent a number of days with the computer off so I could work on sorting through my paper clutter :-D –the last frontier of clutter in my life!– but CONGRATULATIONS!!! You have a lot to be proud of, especially if you came from a chaotic clutterbug family background like I did. (Took me years to get over the maternally-trained habit of grabbing every free doodad just because “ooo, it’s free.” Yeah, but do I NEED it? Will I USE it? You know the drill.) I suggest that if you go on a book tour, you should get pictures of yourself in bookstores in every city you pass through. ;-)

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