Quite a number of people tend to hold on to clutter for various reasons and after a while when it becomes overwhelming they try to find a solution to get rid of it. This clutter can be emotional (in a marriage or relationship), financial or physical clutter. “Clutter and Declutter: The Everyday Guide on How to Declutter” allows the reader to learn how to break free of any or all of those forms of clutter. The main point that the author is trying to get the reader to understand is that clutter does happen and that in some cases it can even be unavoidable but the main thing is that it can be sorted, whether it is a messy house, financial woes or emotional challenges. There are simple steps that can be followed to get rid of the clutter bit by bit.