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When I did, I realized I can live with out so much stuff and it is a very free feeling!!!
While a great deal of the information is applicable, the primary focus is on 'rightsizing' in preparation for a move to a smaller home.
As a boomer, we are in the position of having to consider our own lives as well as this of our parents.
Love the book and and it came a bit slowly but within he predicted time frame.Published 1 month ago by D. Senft
Whether moving to a smaller house or apartment, or just recognizing that we all have too much "stuff", this book helps make decisions now instead of leaving the job to... Read morePublished 5 months ago by radardog
Book was very helpful bring up issues to think about if you are contemplating a move at mid-life or for preparing for a transition with your elderly parents.Published 6 months ago by Jessie C
I am very pleased with this book and I am in the process of reading and doing my "homework". I feel it is very helpful in getting a clearer picture of how to go forward. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Margaret A Oakes
Thank you Ciji. I have been dreading this phase of my life and this book is making it easier. I
keep rereading it and I feel better and better. Thanks again.
This book does give good advice on getting rid of things as we age but it seems to be more directed to people who are leaving one home and moving into a smaller home, rather than... Read morePublished 12 months ago by PatD
It was written for a very specific audience while marketed for anyone looking to "rightsize".Published on August 30, 2009 by bethie
Easy to read. Valuable recommendations. Resources in appendix still relevant. We are taking our time and still using it.Published on August 29, 2009 by Richard Park
The sweeping concept of this book is simple: as you move through the various stages of your life, stay awake to your needs and wants, and keep only what serves. Read morePublished on June 23, 2009 by Colleen Wainwright