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Each of the ideas gets one page, which makes it easy to read and ponder.
Patrice Leiwis' clear and concise writing style ably adapts many principles and refines into a handy primer to simplify and streamline your lifestyle.
This book is full of honest, funny, and (sometimes) blunt advice about how to make the kind of choices that lead to a happier and more contented home.
Think short term and long term before you act, and set up systems to manage your life are the basic premises of all her ideas. Common sensePublished 3 months ago by Carolleegail
I bought the book for my tablet so that I could read it on my computer. I need large print. Loved it so much that I bought 2 more paperbacks, 1 for each of our daughters. Read morePublished 5 months ago by llbjtb
This should be required reading to all young women and old alike. Not everyone could chose this lifestyle but everyone could learn a thing or two from Patrice's experience.Published 8 months ago by Barbara A cANFIELD
I expected this book to be written in story form but in reality each page is a complete subject. I didn't agree completely with the author, but on 99% of her suggestions I felt... Read morePublished 8 months ago by DYAN K
This is loaded with lots of practicality. From cover to cover one can enjoy the depths of living simply by not having so many encumbrances to deal with. Easy read!Published 10 months ago by Jan
There are some good hints and suggestions in this book, but it is so "neighborly" that much of it is just common sense or very personal opinions.Published 21 months ago by Barb
In a world that makes most stuff complicated, this is a refreshing read. Some of the ideas are good for immediate use and others may be for later use.Published 22 months ago by SEW
Many of the other reviewers are correct that this book is full of blunt and sometimes sage advice about how to structure your life. Read morePublished on February 23, 2012 by Skalander Mom
The entire book consists of a collection of ideas that could be sumerized by saying "make good choices and use common sense" but in today's society, many people need to have it... Read morePublished on December 28, 2011 by Ms. Spartan