DIY Household Minimalism
- Create a Minimalist Environment in Your House Easily and FAST!
- Narrated by: Hattie Livingston
- Length: 22 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 01-22-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: FASTLANE LLC
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Minimalism is not as difficult and time consuming as it seems. It can be done even without professional expertise, and it may take only a few days.
It is good to take things slow. However the goal here is to speed up so you can reap the benefits of household minimalism right away. In this book you will discover the factors that might slow down your minimalist pursuit as well as some effective ways to overcome them. Also provided herein are organized and efficient techniques in organizing and decluttering.
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The benefits of household minimalism
Planning and sketching the minimalist design
How to implement household minimalism
Do-it-yourself implementation for household minimalism
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Kat N.C. on 01-24-15
concise, but not inclusive enough.
good idea and great enthusiasm but little 'flow' and not enough information. minimalism is great when it comes to things and lifestyle, but when putting a concept like this into production you either need more than 22 minutes or another (probably less enthusiastic about keeping under 30 min) sounding board. Describing the 4 box method completely at least once and then referring back to it, for example would have put another star on here. my suggestion to the author (and please keep in mind I like the concept) is to relished to this, write every word that is said, and then treat that like you're going to grade it at a college level. If you aren't great at that, talk to an English major. good effort.