Becker, Joshua, author
Well-loved blogger Myquillyn Smith, known as the "Nester," teaches us how to decorate any room of our home starting with what we already have and using just enough of the right stuff to get the unique style we want.
No matter your reason for downsizing the transition can be a challenge. When you're moving a lifetime's accumulation of belongings, the task can seem overwhelming--and so can your emotions. How do you decide what to pack and what to part with? Where will you put the contents of your attic, basement, and/or garage? How can you use the stuff you've got so that it functions well and looks right? This book answers these questions and more. New York decorator Ward is an expert in making small spaces both elegant and functional.
Satish Kumar, 1936- author
Elegant Simplicity provides a philosophy of life that weaves together simplicity of material life, thought, and spirit and distills Satish Kumar's five decades of wisdom into a guide for pursuing a life that prioritizes the ecological integrity of Earth, social equity, and personal happiness.
Magnusson, Margareta, author illustrator
Poulsen, Zoey Arielle, author
Miles, Lindsay, author.
"The clutter filling our spaces impacts on our productivity, stresses us out and keeps us stuck. Or stuff stands in the way of the lives we dream about... Decluttering is great for our mental wellbeing, and when done right, it can be good for the planet too. When we rehome, repurpose or recycle the things we no longer need, we free up existing resources for others and reclaim our homes with less guilt. Less Stuff is a guide for people who find it difficult to declutter and who don't want to see things go to waste. Step by step, you'll explore finding your 'enough', learn how to let go of your old possessions without sending them to landfill, and eventually break the cycle of stuff. The end result is a planet with less strain, a home with more peace and a life with more meaning."--Page 4 of cover.
Kondō, Marie, author
McGraw, Sally, author.
The planet is drowning in garbage, and fossil fuels are contributing to climate change. Minimalism is all about using less, minimizing harm to the environment, and owning only items that you truly need. McGraw explains how to recycle, upcycle, compost and other Earth-friendly practices. She shows that you can live simply, and still be stylish and have healthy relationships. -- adapted from jacket
Wong, Regina, author
Kim, Zoë, author.
Organizing your home and leading a minimalist lifestyle can seem like a daydream for busy families, but it's possible! Designed for families who want to declutter and embrace minimalism into their life and home, Minimalism for Families lays out a room-by-room strategy to conquer chaos and show your family how much more time, space, and energy you gain when you live with less.
Layne, Erica, author
"Bring Minimalism to Your Home, Work, and Relationships. Discover how to apply the minimalist mindset to every aspect of your life by changing the way you think about your home, career, relationships, family, and money. The Minimalist Way will help you take it one step at a time with simple exercises and activities. Ease into minimalism at your own pace and learn how to let go. Filled with practical philosophy and easy-to-use strategies for removing unnecessary distractions and stress, this is the essential guidebook for anyone looking to clear out their physical, mental, and emotional clutter."--provided by publisher.
Fortin, Cary Telander, author
Ware, Ciji, author
Lippincott, Lorilee author
Mustard, Jenny, author.
In a beautiful collection of essays, Simple Matters challenges readers to simplify their life by prioritizing emotional and physical health, curating a personal style, and pursuing one's dreams. Jenny Mustard has created a unique lifestyle book that taps into the ever-increasing human longing for less clutter and more meaning, be it at home, at work, or in our relationships. By encouraging readers to make their surroundings a little more lovely, to simplify eating habits and wardrobe, to travel with purpose and ease, and to discover what they truly want to dream about and focus on, Jenny provides the inspiration to curate one's everyday life into something simple, realistic, and utterly enjoyable. Simultaneously inspirational and aspirational, Jenny's content is positive, personal, and inclusive--42 essays cover everything from simple kitchen staples, the art of the travel plan, indulgent eating, addiction, failure as a road to success, the makings of a happy relationship, the red thread, building a career, and the Scandinavian way at home.
Boyle, Erin, author.
Whitmore, T., author
Leed, Monica, author
Simply Spaced will teach you methods and habits that will help shift your life from "overwhelmed" to "overjoyed" by sharing the principles of minimalism, streamlining, and simplifying--in style.
Kondo, Marie, author
Johnson, Bea, author