Minimalista: Your step-by-step guide to a better home, wardrobe and life

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Minimalista: Your step-by-step guide to a better home, wardrobe and life

Minimalista: Your step-by-step guide to a better home, wardrobe and life

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The information is solid, and I found it still current, despite my dated references throughout this post suggesting otherwise. I told her that kids get overwhelmed with too much stuff and it is actually better for them to have less toys and stuff to play with and clean up. I was inspired by the leading voices of minimalism, who luxuriated in white space and could fit their belongings in a backpack, but I longed for examples of minimalism that embraced a broader range of styles and aesthetics and was applicable to a reality that included a husband, children, a weak spot for vintage jeans (don’t judge! Her Virtual Closet Makeover Program and Virtual Work Space Makeover Program sell out instantly and have garnered attention from A-list celebrities, Olympic athletes and tech entrepreneurs. Warleson Oliviera's minimalistic design for UNO® was brought from concept to reality by Mattel in less than 30 days!

Rather than imposing strict rules and limitations, Shira redefines minimalism as having the perfect amount of everything—for you—based on your personal values and the limitations of your space. This book is an indispensable guide for anyone who wants to pare back to what is essential and let go of the rest. I became a bit of a transformation junkie, learning how to effect change in the most simple, efficient, and impactful way possible. Overall, it is a good guide for those already onto the organizing path, written in an upbeat casual, perfectly edited style. As a professional home organizer with clients ranging from students to multi-millionaires, Shira Gill observed that clutter is a universal stress trigger.

Since founding my business, I’ve coached families and individuals from coast to coast, helping them create streamlined, personalized homes that support their values and priorities. Broken into small, bite-sized chunks, Minimalista makes it clear that if the process is fun and easy to follow, anyone can learn the principles of editing and organization. Rather than imposing strict rules and limitations, Shira redefines minimalism as having the perfect amount of everything—for you— based on your personal values and the limitations of your space. Even though I have been minimizing my home for years and I absolutely love organization and beautiful things, I still enjoy reading books on minimizing and organizing to inspire me, keep me going, etc. I can see myself coming back to some of these sections if they become more relevant for me (ie kids toys, entry/mud room, pantry, laundry room etc).

Today I’ll be covering how to handle the awkwardness of receiving (and possibly getting rid of) unwanted gifts. Most of these techniques have been featured elsewhere but the author is brilliant in content, structure, teaching technique (just the right amount of detail, repetitiveness, and summary) with a humorous dose of tough love thrown in. This made me happy because most organizing type of books are coming from a perspective of huge amazing closets that I simply do no have! Because of these two opposing truths, I’ve found a way of streamlining and simplifying my cleaning routine to make it feel easy-breezy.Your brain needs a fundamental rewiring, new habits are incredibly hard to create, identity shifts from consumerist hoarder to minimalist rejector of new belongings is hard to achieve.

And hey, maybe it’s quite true over the pond (I’m writing from Paris), but she was slightly annoying at times on that front. So my encouragement to you is that you do NOT need that nice stuff she recommends to be content, have a clean organized beautiful home that brings YOU peace! At first I just wanted to read the chapters that related to my “problem areas”, like the bathroom and linen closet, but then I broke down and just read the whole thing cover to cover… but I like that you could read it either way and get something out of it.We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others. Indigo Nails product lines are for professional use only and are to be used for the purpose intended by a qualified and insured person of adult age. The family and I are finally off on our rescheduled two-week trip to Europe after a major passport fail this summer.

Well, all you have to do is bin everything you thought you knew about organising and follow Shira Gill's revolutionary clutter-clearing plan.Minimalista - beige-grey, slightly muted nude shade, which every lover of natural colours and classic designs will succumb to. As a busy working parent myself, I realize that editing and organizing your entire home can be a daunting task. I appreciated how it was broken down by area (while got repetitive it makes sense so you can use this as a reference). Take it on a holiday journey full of adventures – bet on manicure in a truly summer colour and welcome the long-awaited rest! I trained at, and became certified through, the Life Coach School, and I developed a professional set of coaching tools that have helped me take the work even deeper.



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