{read online Audiobooks} The Minimalist Home: A Room-by-Room Guide to a Decluttered, Refocused Life (Audio Download): Amazon.co.uk: Joshua Becker, Joshua Becker, Random House Audio: Audible AudiobooksAuthor Joshua Becker – Entrecielos.co

USA Today best seller A popular minimalist blogger and author of The More of Less shows you how to methodically turn your home into a place of peace, contentment, and purposeful living One of today s most influential minimalist advocates takes us on a decluttering tour of our own houses and apartments, showing us how to decide what to get rid of and what to keep He both offers practical guidelines for simplifying our lifestyle at home and addresses underlying issues that contribute to overaccumulation in the first place The purpose is not just to create a inviting living space It s also to turn our life s HQ our home into a launching pad for a fulfilling and productive life in the world

9 thoughts on “The Minimalist Home: A Room-by-Room Guide to a Decluttered, Refocused Life (Audio Download): Amazon.co.uk: Joshua Becker, Joshua Becker, Random House Audio: Audible Audiobooks

  1. Jordan D. Taylor Jordan D. Taylor says:

    TL DR A method to suit those who only have 10 minutes a day Not for those looking to overhaul their possessions in a weekend.I ve considered myself a minimalist for a good few years but was attracted to Becker s room by room approach to decluttering Originally I thought there would be no need for a room by room view, surely all the chapters would say the same things I ve been pleasantly surprised by exactly how useful such an approach can be.I think Becker s approach is much practical for working households I ve tried the Kondo approach of taking out all my clothes, but eventually someone needs something and I just end up with a pile of clothes on my bed that then gets pushed to the floor I ve tried packing things away in boxes but always end up making a mess looking for something that I ve decided I still need But by going room by room, section by section, I was able to do a little bit here and there without feeling like I d stopped a project halfway through.This approach isn t for the singleton looking to do a big overhaul before moving to a new apartment, but if you re worried about making a bigger mess than you started with I d recommend this method

  2. Matthew Jackson Matthew Jackson says:

    It s a worthwhile read if it s among your first forays into the subject There are some really decent tips in here and it s great that Becker has went to some length in collating it all in one place.All said, I was really hoping for something a bit refreshing from Becker I personally found Maria Kondo s two books to be a a bit valuable on the topic.

  3. Madcat Madcat says:

    Fab book for anyone wanting to downsize their belongings A talk through book from room to room Many of the rooms he mentioned, we dont have in the UK but either way it s a great onsite to how we have stuff and why week keep for the just in case moment s, that never happen

  4. z55z.co Customer z55z.co Customer says:

    I like this guy, Joshua I like his book and his way of thinking Makes so much sense I found the hard back appealing, good price for what could be life changing for one.

  5. Anonymous Anonymous says:

    A room by room review of homes and what can and can t be lived without The concepts are sound but the writing and presentation of the text content is dull

  6. Duff116 Duff116 says:

    Do I need this Why do I have it in my house Simple way to start and continue the process of decluttering especially for those having difficulty parting with stuff.

  7. wrappedinplastic wrappedinplastic says:

    A useful read but was repetitive in places most if it being common sense the parts I found most illuminating were when the author highlighted anecdotes from other people s minimalist journeys and also where he talks about the philosophy and values associated with minimalism.

  8. anna anna says:

    Wow So inspiring and motivating Makes so much sense Has changed my outlook on my home Every home should have this book

  9. Jenn F H Jenn F H says:

    Love, love, loved this book Have been meaning to get started at decluttering my home and the easy steps make it doable The approach is straight forward and peppered with commentary from people who have actually done it I think this is a great book, just enough to getting you going but not the pressure to make you think you can t do it.