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Minimalism Mindset: Declutter, Organize and Transform Your Life 7 Step Guide (Organizing, Japanese Art of Minimalism, Success, Productivity, Life, Clean, ... Home, Mind, Habit, Stress-Free, Freedom) by [Johnson, Sarah Lee]

Welcome back! Sorry it’s been a couple of weeks since my last post. Things have been hectic at work and while I continue to read the books on my list, I haven’t had the time to review them like I wanted. However, I made time to get this one in here. The book is called Minimalism Mindset: 7 Step Guide to Declutter, Organize and Transform Your Life by Sara Lee Johnson. I rated this book five stars because it was straight forward and easy to grasp. It was an easy thirty minute read for me and I liked that it wasn’t full of examples that I didn’t need. Most of the information in the book was probably heard before either from other articles or magazines but it was convenient because it was in one location. I could relate with the author’s comments on the mail ending up on the table along with other items. In our family the table is a catch-all for random stuff. I am constantly clearing it off and wondering where the stuff even came from. Most of the information in here addresses procrastination and also being mindful, while creating efficient new habits. I hope you find this book informative and easy to incorporate the ideas into your lifestyle.

Check back next time when I review a book that I am excited to share with you. The name of the book is Breaking out of Burnout by Rex Baker. I also want to leave you with a quote from one of my most admired authors.

“There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.”
Ernest Hemingway

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