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Kids & Their Clutter: Practical Minimalism for Challenging Messes (Practical Minimalism Book Series 3) by [Janes, Faith]
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  • File Size: 991 KB
  • Print Length: 42 pages
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  • Publication Date: June 6, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0089H5WDQ
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This book is right on the money when it comes to pointing out what causes the problem and has good ideas to fix it but unfortunately the parent is the one who is supposed to fix the mess. My kids are 11, 9, 7 and 18 years old. I believe in being proactive and taking responsibility for your on mess. I am happy to assist in getting them organized but not doing it over and over again. But she does have a couple of decent ideas on preventing the problem from happening in the from every happening. You just have to get the book before you get the kids or it's a lot more work for you than them.​
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The author does disclose that she restructured blog entries for this book, but I was still surprised how much the content lacked. It was somewhat repetitive and touch minimally on minimalism; informal and not insightful.
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I liked the ideas in the book and was looking forward to lots of suggestions and tips, but unfortunately the book never really reached that level. The book is very short and mainly focused on anecdotes from the author's experiences with her own children. These are fine, but I would have liked to read MORE about everything. More stories from different families and how they have coped with different situations, more ways to overcome a certain obstacle etc. Now the book falls a bit short and remains a personal story of the author's struggles in introducing a less materialist lifestyle and less cluttered home.

I give 3 stars mainly because I think the basic ideas presented by the author are very sound. Just beware that the book does not give much more than those basic ideas.
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I read it first and then passed it on to my daughter who has two young boys. It is very difficult sometimes to stay ahead of the clutter, especially for working mothers and fathers. The book contained a lot of really helpful tips and it was perfect timing with Christmas and another expected onslaught of toys and books.
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This is a fun read when feeling overwhelmed by kids and their clutter. Love the perspective and laughed aloud when she describes the familiar frantic rush to throw away the bag of broken toys. Hope lives! :-)
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Good to dip into and get re-inspired for a purge and clean out. Nothing major here, but for the price its pretty good. Also nice to know your not the only one trying to resolve the problem of 'kid things'.
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This is a well-written and concise book that offers practical advice about dealing with kids clutter. A perfect read for those with very young children, to start out with good habits. I wish I had this when I had babies. It also had great nuggets of wisdom for those with older children and clutter.
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Why do our kids have the ability to trash their rooms? Because we as parents filled it with all the stuff for them to do so. The book addresses so many areas on so many levels. Great read.
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