Attention: People Who Suffer from the Can’t-Cook-in-the-Kitchen Syndrome
From The Desktop Of: Margaret Sansom, aka: The Declutter Queen
Date: Tuesday, Jun 18, 2013
Have you ever wanted to cook a special meal for friends or family; however, when you walked into your kitchen, there was no space that wasn’t covered with clutter?
Believe me, I can relate. I was the same way for many years. Frankly, my kitchen was that way for so many years that I am embarrassed to tell you about it.
For a number of years after retiring from 38 years of teaching, my entire house, including the kitchen, became progressively messier and messier. After accepting a challenge to clear my house, which I did over a period of two months by taking everything out the house and starting all over, I finally had a kitchen where I could enjoy having friends over for a meal.
However, old habits die hard so I noticed that some clutter was accumulating once again. Fortunately for me (and now you), I found a way out…
Since those early failures, I poured my heart and soul into learning everything I could about organizing my home and keeping it that way by adopting new methods of approaching my clutter problems. I ate, slept, and drank this world, and as a result of being immersed in it for over a year , I’m now considered an expert in this field, so I’m well qualified to help you.
Ultimately in 2010, I set up a Facebook page titled “The Declutter Queen” on which I share tips for decluttering various areas of our homes at least four days a week.
Over the last few years, my friends and acquaintances constantly hassle, encouraged, and cajoled me to write a definitive guide about how to rid various areas of our homes of clutter and how to keep them free of messes on an on-going basis, so I finally gave in and I’m now ready to share it with you.
Inside, you’ll discover the very best strategies about decluttering your kitchen and you’ll be glad to know there’s no fluff or filler and it’s packed with five practical steps you can use instantly.
A few friends and family members who have already had privileged preview access to the guide told me that the information I share in the few short pages of the guide is worth hundreds of dollars.
I admit, it’s not the prettiest layout – I’m not a graphic designer. And if you want to be impressed with eloquent or fancy writing, this probably isn’t the guide for you, but if you’re looking for practical advice you can rely on, directly “from the trenches”, written by someone with years of experience, I can help you!
This guide will transform the way you look at how to deal with clutter problems in your kitchen.
Here’s a sample of what’s inside the guide:
If you’ve read this far, you’re probably asking yourself if my Guide will work for you, right? Here’s the thing: I promise that the tips I reveal in this very special guide continue to work for you, they work for your family, and they work for your friends and colleagues.
But if for any reason you’re not completely satisfied with the results, let me know and I’ll give you double your money back
One of my close friends recently told me, “This short list of how to declutter my kitchen helped me take a different look at the problem as well as to get into action and be motivated to continue decluttering as I tackled and cleared one area after another.”
As you can see, I have unique experience in this field, which I’m sharing for the first time.
Your investment to get this guide is just $1.00. Yes, that’s $1.00!
So what’s the catch, right? Well, I’m going to level with you … I’m planning on raising the price soon. But for now, I’m offering it to you (and others who stumble across this site) for $1.00 on the following condition:
And then take action by giving me your feedback about how it helped you on my blog at http://declutteringtoday.com. That’s all I ask. I want your honest opinion because it’ll help me make further changes to enhance the guide for future readers, who’ll be paying full price!
So it’s decision making time…
To get instant access to the downloadable guide, right now, click the “Buy Now” button you see in the order below…
I can understand why you might be cautious. After all, we’ve never met, you don’t know me and I don’t know you. That’s part of the reason why I’ve priced the guide so ridiculously low at just $1.00.
I’m hoping you’ll say to yourself, “heck, it’s only $1.00, what have I got to lose?!” Your credit or debit card payment is processed by PayPal, and it’s fully protected and guaranteed by them.
I know that you’ll benefit greatly from the information, so I’ve tried to remove all of the barriers for you in advance.
Demonstrate a little trust in me and you’ll be delighted as I repay you many times over with the valuable information in this guide. I could be charging a lot more than the asking price, but I don’t want to do that until I’ve collected more feedback from readers like you.
Act now, grab the guide, and start transforming your kitchen today!
Margaret “Sam” Sansom, aka: The Declutter Queen
P.S. You MUST act now. I honestly don’t know how long this guide will stay at $1.00. As I explained, this is a temporary price test to gather feedback on my blog (the “Home” tab on this website) about the report. I reserve the right to increase the price at any time soon without warning. That’s why NOW is the best time to grab your mouse and click on the “Buy Now” button you see…
P.P.S. The worst thing you can do now is nothing. You’ll be no further forward, and your time reading this page will have been wasted. Don’t give into fear of the unknown. Invest $1.00 and get back a hundredfold back as a result of the expertise I’m sharing with you in the guide. You won’t regret it, I promise! So let’s wrap this up now … click the “Buy Now” button below … do it!