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- ASIN : B07P432CRH
- Publisher : Racehorse (May 28, 2019)
- Publication date : May 28, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 1259 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 121 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #372 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Top reviews from the United States
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Armed with my book and my first cup of coffee of the day, I began to read and was immediately drawn in. Yes, she uses the F bomb a lot, but for the most part, people do talk like that when they really want to get something across to you.
Not finishing my coffee, I began to clean and clear off my telephone stand that was clutter-y and dusty, and with a basket of power cords that I don't even use, but just had to keep for no good reason. The cords are still there only so I can find the other basket of cords to combine both and pick out the ones that go to something that I no longer use! (I did not intentionally copy Messie on this cord issue. I guess she influenced my thinking and made me realize how absurd we can be with our clutter).
I have been trying to de-clutter for sometime now, working very slowly, but it always helps when you have someone to kick you in the butt, and give you a different perspective along your journey. Messie Condo does just that! Bravo!
Top reviews from other countries
-If you didn't pick it up on the title, then you read it for yourself. The language is raw but efficient.
-It's down-to-earth, no Shinto religion here - which this author makes a bit of fun about. Who has time to empty their (very full) purse every single night and put everything back the morning after? The American Way is fast-fast-fast. The Asian Way is slow-very slow-too slow for me.
-"The process ... teaches you to let go of who you used to be and accept who you are right now". So true. Our taste changes, our habits do too. Start with your vision, then go from there.
-The author is witty, but serious at the same time. She/He is also encouraging ("strong and prepared ... in other aspects of your life").
-She mocks a few unreasonable steps or methods from a popular book. Like I said in my other review, I don't fold the underwear, we just pick the first one on top.
-Loved the book in its entirety. I would be more willing to recommend this book, even with the unrefined words.
-Editing needs another pass but nothing serious. For ex. "on this plant" vs. planet.