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Less Mess Less Stress: Minimalist Routines To Declutter Your Environment, Unload Your Mind And Optimize Your Day by [McKey, Zoe]
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Excellent book for everyone, especially professionals. Insights from the lives of historical personalities to present day legends help in developing one's own vivid perspective about handling stress.The simple realization that stress and anxiety are far from a new aspect of life, and is, in fact, an inevitability of human existence, actually helped calm me down, and reading these insightful and unique stories and perspectives were surprisingly enjoyable. The author's research must be appreciated. - Reader


I'm a professional organizer that has come to realize that there is always a better way. Getting rid of your excess stuff beats reorganizing it over and over and over! Great little book with lots of good ideas. I really love her personal voice in this book, it is very clear that she knows what she's talking about. - Reader


Zoe makes the best use of the term Minimalist that I have ever heard. In fact I have generally disliked most discussions of minimalism more because they used the term badly than because the discussion was weak,although most of the discussions were also very weak. Zoe's discussions were well thought out and well written. Zoe defined what she meant by minimalist very early in the book, and made it clear that she meant the term as a personal subjective term, neither general nor objective. Used that way, the term was a very useful tool for looking for giraffes. Oops, sorry, the giraffes are left over from another book I reviewed recently, but I keep looking for giraffes and places where I can fit them into topiary and this is only the second time since that book that the suggestions of giraffes came close to fitting the sentence I was writing. The first time, I suggested that an example of giraffes train giraffes to create topiary in treetops as a highly unusual career for an animal lover. So now giraffes lead to topiary in my Kindle. And it is even harder to work both terms into topiary in a conversation. So to achieve minimalism by somebody else's standard, I would have to abandon both giraffes and topiary. In my mind however, giraffes are a good example of giraffes and also of giraffes as unusual animals and also of giraffes as unusual career choice for children to aspire to. Whether a child aspires to grow up to train giraffes or to be a giraffe, giraffes represent unusual animals and unusual career choices, including training giraffes to create topiary or more usual choices like being a zookeeper. Similarly Zoe's discussion was a good example of how each person is their own best guide to what effective minimalism means to them. I may be the only person currently living in North America who has ever considered that teaching giraffes to create topiary in treetops might someday be a viable career choice for somebody. But now that I have put giraffes into topiary in your head, maybe some day in the not too distant future you may talk to a child who aspires to write music for penguins, and you will ask the child, "Why penguins?" and you will really mean it as a question, and the child will be inspired to write beautiful music. After all, giraffes are good at shaping treetops, so why not train giraffes to create topiary in treetops? Maybe other animals would enjoy the same music as penguins. Children are not afraid to wonder about things like what music do penguins like, but things like what can I do when I grow up usually have to be things that do not make grown people laugh. So we grown up looking people need to learn to not laugh at anybody who wants to make music for penguins or teach giraffes to create topiary in treetops. In fact maybe we would be well advised not to laugh at children who want to train giraffes to create musical topiary in treetops or teach penguins to create music for giraffes. If children can do that, maybe some day they can also create world peace. If we stop laughing at their ideas and dreams long enough that they grow up believing that some dreams do come true. - Reader

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  • File Size: 1055 KB
  • Print Length: 128 pages
  • Publisher: Kalash Media; 2 edition (June 27, 2017)
  • Publication Date: June 27, 2017
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B073FWQCSL
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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