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30 review for Live More with Less: Top Strategies and Habits for Minimalism Beginners to Clean Your Home, Declutter Your Mind, Find Joy and Purpose to Live a Minimalist and Meaningful Lifestyle

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jamie Jack

    Awkwardly Written, Repetitive This book is a collection of the author's six books on minimalism and decluttering. As you might imagine, significant overlap exists between these six books. In fact, I wondered if the author should have actually written a single book encompassing these ideas rather than put together a collection like this. Yes, there is that much overlap. For instance, digital minimalism is discussed in the book by that name as well as in the Declutter book, and hoarding is touched Awkwardly Written, Repetitive This book is a collection of the author's six books on minimalism and decluttering. As you might imagine, significant overlap exists between these six books. In fact, I wondered if the author should have actually written a single book encompassing these ideas rather than put together a collection like this. Yes, there is that much overlap. For instance, digital minimalism is discussed in the book by that name as well as in the Declutter book, and hoarding is touched on in both Zero-Clutter Home and Unstuff Your Home. The book called Minimal and the one called Minimalist Living could have been very easily combined into one book as I didn't see much difference between them. The book Minimal and the book Zero-Clutter Home each look at physical decluttering, but Minimal looks at it from a general view while the Zero-Clutter Home book goes room by room. Again, these could have been easily combined. In a move that I think is odd, the book called Declutter isn't about what you think. It's more about decluttering the way you think, relationships that aren’t working, and even your digital detritus, as mentioned earlier. As one work, this book is repetitive; it's easy to get bored and want to fly through certain parts of it. There's no cohesiveness or flow to it at all. The author also has a strange way of writing, almost as if English is not her first language, using awkward words and phrases that just don't sit right in the inner ear. I received a free copy of this book, but that did not affect my review.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Judith

    Worth reading. For years I knew, I somehow had to tackle the mountain of possessions I accumulated in my home. Some of it stemmed from what the author highlighted that clutter doesn't allow you to have a clear idea of what and where you have in your home, resulting in duplicate purchases. I completely agree that a cluttered environment leads to stress and a cluttered mind, although I'm unsure about which comes first. The chicken and the egg analogy apply in many aspects of one's life. The book d Worth reading. For years I knew, I somehow had to tackle the mountain of possessions I accumulated in my home. Some of it stemmed from what the author highlighted that clutter doesn't allow you to have a clear idea of what and where you have in your home, resulting in duplicate purchases. I completely agree that a cluttered environment leads to stress and a cluttered mind, although I'm unsure about which comes first. The chicken and the egg analogy apply in many aspects of one's life. The book discusses the many different types of minimalism - never knew there was more than one - and although some of the contents at times are rather general, at the same time provides or suggests the achievement of a kind of peace when minimalism triumphs at the end. The suggestion of not allowing sentimentality to enter into the process is hard for me to accept and I know I’ll never be able to detach myself from some objects which have a deep meaning but I nevertheless recommend this book, as during the lockdown or gradual easing we spend more time at home and achieve a degree of “Zen” most of us need. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  3. 5 out of 5

    John Muriango

    Below Par Honestly, this book has promised much, but at the end of the day delivered nothing (to me individually). Found it very repetitive of the concepts it taught, and to make matters even more worse, almost all the concepts i was taught when I was a kid or at kindergarten.

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    SA Krishnan

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    Mary

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    James Howell

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