“According to professional ‘clutter buster’ and stand-up comedian Palmer, when people get rid of stuff they don't need, they also remove impediments to a happy life. Hanging onto things is a way to avoid change, says Palmer, and he trains readers to clean out work and home spaces, as well as their heads. Indeed, Palmer's discussion of the psychological aspects of clutter (it's both an addiction and a punishment) makes the book unique. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.”
--The Library Journal

"I have needed this book for years, and I loved it! Brooks’s advice helped me clean up clutter, which gave me more time, energy, and creativity." 
-- Robert J. Kriegel, Ph.D., New York Times bestselling author of
If It Ain’t Broke, Break it!

“Brooks Palmer is an expert at helping people discover the freedom that comes from de-cluttering their lives. In the process, he helps them discover who they are and the life they should really be living. Read this book...it may just change your life!”
— Matthew Kelly, New York Times bestselling author of Off Balance and The Rhythm of Life
The Books

Brooks Palmer's powerfully transformative best-selling book, Clutter Busting:  Letting Go of What's Holding You Back can be ordered online from Amazon or Barnes and Noble. It is also available at most bookstores. It’s also available as an audiobook.

This book tells you how to let go of the clutter in your life so you can enjoy it to its fullest right now. In it, Brooks shares engaging and instructive tales from the Clutter Busting front lines so you can be encouraged by how others were able to let go of their clutter.  This book has sold over 40,000 copies and has been translated into six languages.

Brooks Palmer’s book,

Clutter Busting Your Life: Clearing Physical and Emotional Clutter to Reconnect with Yourself and Others can be ordered online from Amazon or Barnes and Noble.

After writing the best-selling Clutter Busting, Brooks realized that he needed to delve deeper into how clutter affects all of our relationships, and how our relationships affect our tendency to hold onto things we no longer want or need. He addresses the stuff that keeps us from experiencing "the joy of connection," the stuff we use to protect ourselves, control others, and hold onto the past.

Most of our physical and emotional clutter served a purpose at one time, so Palmer gently guides readers to start small. Insight-prompting questions, exercises, client examples, and even whimsical line drawings by the author take readers from overwhelmed and vulnerable to liberated and empowered so that they enjoy deeper, more authentic, and clutter-free relationships of all kinds.

Also, please visit Brooks’s home page at New World Library.