Year of No Clutter
While there isn't a method or plan for dealing with clutter, it is a funnily, heartwarming autobiographical telling of someone with OCD dealing with hoarding to a spiritual level. In order to deal with clutter one must look inside and change, realize and adapt. The author did that and while I can't say I understand the overly attachment to all objects, I do feel like I understand better why hoarders hoard and that they need help to slowly change. It needs to come from the inside, it's not a realization that can be handout by someone else.