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Becoming a Clutter-free Family – Joshua Becker

You can live more simply by eliminating excess clutter! In this one day Focus on the Family broadcast Jim Daly & John Fuller are joined by Joshua Becker, founder of the Becoming Minimalist website, and author of Clutterfree with Kids. You can find his book here: http://bit.ly/2PnA9k3

He shares on how he became a minimalist, the benefits of living with less and how we can get our spouse and kids on board. He addresses stress clutter points for many families: toys, gifts, artwork and paper clutter and how to reduce excess. Program closes with Joshua’s reminder that chasing stuff and comparing yourself to people who have more will never make you happy.

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