I have been selected to review this  book. This book is a blessing in  disguise, a gem worth looking into, and a helpful resource to the “Less is More” lifestyle. The author detailed every room in  a house with great tip and interaction to eliminate those things that cause clutter or taking up space in the home. A big step to minimizing your lifestyle and being content with what you have versus what you don’t have. Imagine saving that extra money for  one of those “Just in case” or “ You never know “event.  This book is definitely one for interaction and it gets you thinking about your lifestyle, no one wants to be a hoarder, but it can happen.

Over the course of time we haphazardly buy things we really either don’t need or will not use on a regular day to day living. Most of the time those things are mere decorations or eye candy just to say we brought it. This book gets to the nitty-gritty of removing clutter and freeing our lives for breathing room. It may be a reminder to some or/and a new beginning to others, nonetheless it is a sweet reminder of being released from clutter.  I recommend this book to college students, families with large household, and others.

I receive this book from the publisher through their book launch program. @WaterBrookMultnomah #Partner

 

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