- File Size: 293 KB
- Print Length: 42 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: May 6, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00X9CN8S2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Minimize the Mess: A Mother's Guide to Simplifying Your Home Kindle Edition
|Length: 42 pages|
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Not only was it an easy, quick read, but unlike many books on this topic, there was no repetition of ideas just to fill up space. I loved how each chapter had a clear purpose and the subsections made it super easy to jump to topics that I really wanted to know more about right away.
This book is beautifully organized and the information is presented in such a way that the reader is not left feeling overwhelmed by the subject matter, but instead is left inspired to start making changes in their own home and life.
On the flip side, I kind of wished it was a little bit longer as I thoroughly enjoyed the author's writing style and I hope that she writes more books like this in the future. I don't think there was really anything else she needed to add to this book, I just didn't want to put it down.
Minimize the Mess certainly tops my list of must read Organizing Books. Anyone looking for real life, practical tips and suggestions for decluttering and organizing will get a lot out of this book.
Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
My favorite part was where Kratz addressed media - business email lists, magazines, Facebook groups - are all these things enriching my life, or could I unsubscribe from many of them and declutter my mind a little?
The linked free printables provide a game plan for the overwhelmed mom who wants to make a change but doesn't know where to start.
The book is filled with a multitude of questions that would make a person consider the purpose of their things, but it provides few tangible tools unless the reader clicks through to the Master Checklist on the author's website. The Checklist is a well-crafted tool for any person needing specific guidance in their decluttering process.
While some are very gifted when it comes to decluttering, there are many people who avoid the process because they are unsure about where to start the process and feel incredibly overwhelmed. I feel this book was written for a person who already possesses some knowledge of the decluttering process, but would leave a novice needing more.