Kon Mari – Clothes

I was going to write a review about The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up, which I read ages ago, and then I realised there was no point writing about it if I didn't actually try it out. So this afternoon, I rounded up all of the clothes in the house belonging to me and… Continue reading Kon Mari – Clothes


Minimalist Book Club – Stuffocation

I loved this book. It's more academically written than most minimalism books. I've found the majority are written around thoughts, feeling and anecdotes, this is fully referenced and researched, relying on both anecdotal evidence and scientific studies. Being a pretty die hard sceptic by nature, references to experiments and sociological studies makes me happy. It… Continue reading Minimalist Book Club – Stuffocation

Minimalist book club – L’art de la simplicite

I'm a bit unsure how to review this book. It has some good quotes, which really get to the core of minimalism (They'd be great stuck on affirmation cards) but the book as a whole... it reads like a list where someone has removed the bullet points. Or a selection of fortune cookie sayings like… Continue reading Minimalist book club – L’art de la simplicite