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About Shira Gill
Shira is a home organizing expert, author, speaker, and founder of the #15minwin productivity hack.
Over the past decade, she has inspired countless people all over the globe to clear physical and mental clutter from their homes and lives.
Shira's work has been featured in Architectural Digest, Vogue, Goop, InStyle, Forbes, Harper's Bazaar, HGTV, House Beautiful, Better Homes & Gardens, Parents, Domino, Dwell, Real Simple, and The New York Times.
She live in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband, two daughters, and Australian Shepherd who sheds all over their very organized home.
For tips, resources, and programs, visit www.shiragill.com or connect on Instagram @shiragill
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“Warm, funny, and direct, Shira builds you up while helping you edit down to the best version of yourself.”—Stacy London, New York Times bestselling author of The Truth About Style
As a professional home organizer with clients ranging from students to multi-millionaires, Shira Gill observed that clutter is a universal stress trigger. Over the years she created a signature decluttering and organization process that promotes sustainability, achieves lasting results, and can be applied to anyone, regardless of their space or lifestyle. 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.
Now, in Minimalista, Shira shares her complete toolkit for the first time, built around five key steps: Clarify, Edit, Organize, Elevate, and Maintain. Once you learn the methodology you'll dive into the hands-on work, choose-your-own-adventure style: knock out a room, or even a single drawer; style a bookshelf; donate a sweater. Shira teaches that the most important thing you can do is start, and that small victories, achieved one at a time, will snowball into massive transformation. 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.