The Minimalist Home is a top-notch roadmap to achieving a simple but sometimes challenging goal.
One of the easiest ways to reduce your impact on the planet and the world around you is to reduce the consumption of everything across the board.
From the space you live in to the things you buy. Less is often more.
That’s the underpinning theory of The Minimalist Home by Joshua Becker and if you’ve ever wanted to know how you really declutter your life this is the best guide out there.
This Is Not Marie Kondo
You won’t be picking up every item in your life and asking if it “sparks joy” here.
Instead, you’ll examine each method that you can use to remove junk and why it will make you feel better once you’ve seen it through. We liked this a lot.
There’s something very positive about envisioning a better future rather than dwelling on the history of everything in your home.
A Track Record Of Success
If you’ve not come across Joshua Becker before, he’s been running his website Becoming Minimalist for a while now and he has over 1,000,000 repeat readers every month and has had millions more readers around the world.
The Becoming Minimalist motto is: Own less, live more.
Joshua really knows his stuff. He breaks everything down in simple and easy to follow step-by-step guides that will make you an expert as well in no time.
We love a guidebook that makes things straightforward for us.
You can find The Minimalist Home: A Room-By-Room Guide To A Decluttered, Refocused Life at Good Reads.
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