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This is a great coffee table book because there is so much content to be absorbed.
Simpler Living by Jeff Davidson is more than just a book, it is a system for approaching the complexity you encounter in life, and taking steps for redress.
This book will be purchased for all three of my sisters, and several of my friends.
Great ideas on how to simplify your life and get organized. Easy to read and use.Published 3 months ago by Teresa
I guess I didn't really know what I was expecting from this book, but I certainly hoped for more out of the box advice, not common sense. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Melissa VanDerLinden
Simpler Living is the kind of book that you buy and keep for a lifetime. It has that much in it, that you’ll want to have it as part of your personal collection, pretty much... Read morePublished 7 months ago by John O'Connor
Don't waste your money, just go online and you can find the same generic advice. Plus a lot of the info is outdated because of new technology that has come out.Published 9 months ago by Tanna B. Bowen
I liked that the author suggests up front that the reader just navigate her own way through this book. Read morePublished 10 months ago by True
Very nice book with tips that anyone could use. It wasn't quite what I expected. I was hoping it had more of a sustainable living feel. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Carolyn Clark
I first checked out one of these books at the library, and just had to buy at least two different kinds. Love the insights and everything to do with them lol!Published 15 months ago by Jennifer
We live in a world with too many choices and too much stuff. This gives you some good basic framework to bring your world into focus and have less stuff and organize it better. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Annamarie Lubow
If you liked Jeff Davidson's earlier book, Breathing Space, you'll love his Simpler Living. It is the essential guide to decluttering your life and organizing your office,... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Judith E. Pearson, Ph.D.