If you want to declutter and organize in order to make more room for happiness, especially in light of current events, this clear and concise book will tell you how to do just that.
Rubin’s book gets straight to the point with just five sections on making choices, creating order, knowing yourself, cultivating helpful habits and adding beauty. All of which are easy to read and addictive once you get going (I read this book in just two nights- I couldn’t put it down).
When you think about it- decluttering and organizing is essentially about simplifying so we need a book like Rubin’s to get that message across with easy to follow advice.
I have read a lot of books on the topic of decluttering now and I haven’t come across one that has stripped it back to the bare bones quite so well as this one does. Why unnecessarily complicate things, especially when you are just learning about organizing for the first time?
Even if you consider yourself to be a minimalist or you think your home is in the best shape it can be, this book will make you think again.
Sprinkled with motivational quotes throughout, this book will keep you on track from clearing out your sock drawer to tackling an entire basement.
If what you are looking for is to address the clutter in every area of the home, this book has you covered.
With that said, Rubin recognises that not everyone is the same and that people do things at their own pace and in their own way.
She acknowledges that what works for one might not work for another which is why she covers all bases.
I enjoyed her writing style so much that I am keen to read her other books; she is a real authority in the world of making your life better with less.
Why bother with outer order? Read the book and find out, you won’t regret it.