Children s Books, Kids Books, Stories for Kids

Starting Preschool Books to Read With Your Kids

{ Read } The Minimalist Home author Joshua Becker – Book, TXT or Kindle eBook free



10 thoughts on “The Minimalist Home

  1. says:

    4 StarsMy personal rating for this book as far as how much I enjoyed it would be a 3 but I am giving it a 4 star rating as I believe the book and its message has a lot to offer to anyone new to minimalism and the minimalism philosophy I have been on the minimalist journey geez I sound like such a cliche but whatever for ov

  2. says:

    I received an e copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewShort version don’t do this to yourself folks Just don’t There are better books about minimalism andor decluttering out thereLong version the thing i

  3. says:

    ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Wow this book helped me with a momentous move My husband and I are newly empty nested after decades of kids and a mother in law on board in a much larger house than our new 2 bedroom condo It's not easy to scale back That means you have to throw away things you thought you would always have But as Josh

  4. says:

    The goal of minimalism is not just to own less stuff The goal is to unburden our lives so we can accomplish This is a uote by Joshua Becker in The Minimalist Home Minimalism in your home and life simplifies every aspect of living The author offers room by room examples to streamline possessions and furniture Objects that are not necessary can be relocated sold donated or recycled This book is not for hoarders minimalis

  5. says:

    Many thanks to NetGalley Waterbrook and Multnomah and Joshua Becker for an ARC in exchange for an honest review My opinions are 100% my own and independent of receiving an advanced copyJoshua Becker has been in the “minimal” business for about 10 years He has a website where you can get lots of tips and adv

  6. says:

    Mini Review to follow

  7. says:

    I received this book from Netgally in exchange for an honest review Have never heard of the author I thought it would ve refreshing But sadly was not It was a very repetitive and I found his writing style a bit messy He kept saying things like in the next chapter We'll talk in the coming pages etc which really bother me He talks about how t

  8. says:

    3 starsFor such a popular book I found it about average in the world of home 'decluttering' books It may have gone into a bit detail about where to clean and how to eliminate stuff than some other books It also did not lecture about what to keep and what to get rid of It kept referring back to a couple of uestions to ask yourself if you had any hesitation between keeping or discarding I believe that the average American probably

  9. says:

    Nah Boring imitation of Marie Kondo's philosophy but without her charm and excitement but with drive by Jesus stories I'm not amused with evangelicals hiding their messagetone You want to organize your home or wash your fa

  10. says:

    THE MINIMALIST HOME by Joshua Becker considered one of the movement’s gurus provides a simple room by room approach to clearing your home of excess clutter and living happily with less I was struck by his assertion — one I’ve found true in my own life — that by making literal space in your home you make “space”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

READ ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub È Joshua Becker

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. Many thanks to NetGalley Waterbrook and Multnomah and Joshua Becker for an ARC in exchange for an honest review My opinions are 100% my own and independent of receiving an advanced copyJoshua Becker has been in the minimal business for about 10 years He has a website where you can get lots of tips and advice including a newsletter sent to your inbox every so often He has written other books but this one is sort of the culmination of his life s work He has been on TV speaks all over and I have been following him for the past couple of years In today s world of massive consumerism we can all use a dose of paring down and keeping things simple We all have too much stuff We are promoted advertised propagandized into thinking that it s all stuff we need what we have isn t the right stuff and that the stuff we have the happier we will be This has been going on for years I mean George Carlin had a bit about Stuff in the early 80 s So I was excited to read what Becker had to say on what he promotes as a step by step comprehensive room by room guide to decluttering your home and your lifeUgh what an awful read First I felt like his tone was so condescending I couldn t take it Obviously I have a lot of stuff that s why I m reading this book He would repeat himself ad nauseam throughout the whole book There wasn t any comprehensive guide again he would repeat the same thing over and over for each room literally the same steps for each room Why bother going through each room listing all of the possible things you might have accumulated telling me get rid of what you don t use or don t need Obviously I knew that much I don t need a book for that I was hoping for some insight maybe some ideas that I hadn t thought of to help declutter some instructions There was no real guidance other than don t do it for lasting change Then don t tell me how my life is going to change I will become richer have a fabulous job help the poor have time blah blah blah just because you told me to get rid of some stuff I didn t buy any of it I have decluttered before and none of those things have happened to me The real life examples were ridiculous laughable Look I believe in keeping a home without a lot of junk Nobody needs piles of clothes lots of knick knacks and yes you should keep those things that mean something to you You shouldn t get sucked into marketing ideas of having the latest greatest and best thing out there which will go out of date and then you need something new I also happen to live with a mild case hoarder who believes every rock piece of junk paper etc is extremely important and sentimental and will not throw out anything So according to Becker those are the things to keep Not helpful But without something new or real to add to the discussion don t fill up a book with one idea My advice is don t add one book to your bookshelf with this one

SUMMARY The Minimalist Home

The Minimalist Home

That contribute to over accumulation in the first place The purpose is not just to create a inviting living space It's also to turn our life's H our home into a launching pad for a fulfilling and productive life in the worl. Nah Boring imitation of Marie Kondo s philosophy but without her charm and excitement but with drive by Jesus stories I m not amused with evangelicals hiding their messagetone You want to organize your home or wash your face while using biblical stories fine just mention it in the subtitle so I can stay away from it

READ ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub È Joshua Becker

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. 4 StarsMy personal rating for this book as far as how much I enjoyed it would be a 3 but I am giving it a 4 star rating as I believe the book and its message has a lot to offer to anyone new to minimalism and the minimalism philosophy I have been on the minimalist journey geez I sound like such a cliche but whatever for over a year now and I went at it pretty much the same way I go at most thingswhich is to say HARD I have never been a hoarder except when it comes to book hoarding obviously and I was always that person who maintained a clean house and who regularly went through clothes and other household items for donationbut I still always felt like my environment was cluttered and thus stifling mentally and emotionally After discovering minimalism and various minimalism blogs including the author s I felt inspired and completely overhauled my home my belongings and the way I spend save and donate my money As a result I have already done all the work outlined in this book and I felt like it had nothing new to offer me HOWEVER I went into this book knowing that might be the case and that does not mean I don t think this book has a ton to offer other people who are in a different place in their journey Having this book a year or so ago would have been a game changer for me and would have easily garnered 5 stars Basically in my opinion the enjoyment andor usefulness you get from this book will coincide with where you yourself are in life in relation to your stuff and how you feel about it If you are a long term minimalist you might enjoy this book as a refresher although it might not have much if anything new to offer you But if you walk into your house and feel instantly heavyyou feel overwhelmed by the piles of miscellaneous mail and junk in your living room the minute you cross the threshold of your front dooryou feel like you have NOTHING to wear despite having a closet filled so fully you need a winch to push clothes aside to see what you haveyou can never find anything you need because you have too much crap in your junk drawersyou have to turn sideways to get out of your car after you park in your garage if you can even FIT your car in your garagethen this book is for youNow OBVIOUSLY as I write this I acknowledge that I am writing this from a position of privilege I recognize it is a luxury to be fortunate enough to be in a position to consider too much stuff a problem and the riddance of that stuff an accomplishment And I am not trying to pretend otherwise All that said I enjoyed this book and would recommend it to anyone interested in minimalism or to those just looking for some helpmotivation with doing some spring cleaning

© 2021 Children s Books, Kids Books, Stories for Kids

Tessa Young is an 18 year old college student with a simple life, excellent grades, and a sweet boyfriend She always has things planned out ahead of time, until she meets a rude boy named Harry, with too many tattoos and piercings who shatters her plans.