What could have used some work: This book is also filled with personal stories that serve to inspire those seeking a minimalist life. Those whom have somewhat and completely delve into this book may find it more worthy of a coffee table than as a library reference edition for Spring cleaning and the like. Which makes this books premise somewhat ironic considering the nature of this books genre.
What I loved about this book: I enjoyed reading The More of Less as a simple, fun Sunday afternoon read. As I’m in the midst of an annual Spring clean, this book was a great edition to a small, three-day minor decluttering, capsule wardrobe re-configuring, and donation season kick.
All in all, this is a great book to read if you’re looking to be inspired or pursue a more minimalist life for those new to Joshua Becker’s writing style and minimalist principles.
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