In my brief review of minimalist reading, I present my final installment (for now). This book is my favorite so far. It’s helped me to reframe how I think of our space. My new muse, Dana White, wrote the very entertaining “Decluttering at the Speed of Life”.
It is so popular, I had to wait a few months to get the audible book, after putting it on reserve at our local library. White reads the book herself, not something I normally like, but she really is so entertaining! I love all the made up words and down home advice. White is another non-natural minimalist who so inspires. My biggest take away? Recognizing that our homes and storage areas (like drawers and shelves) are nothing but storage containers that each consist of a finite amount of space. That probably seems office to a natural minimalist, but I am a work in progress.
After finishing, I got the e-book to serve as a resource in my virtual library. Note that this is aberrant behavior for me—that’s how much it resonated.
I have talent the time to interact with her blog or podcast yet, though decided to share a link in case you would like to explore. It’s called “A slob comes clean” and can be found at https://www.aslobcomesclean.com/