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How can you live like a minimalist, and get started this weekend?

Do you dream of a minimalist home with no clutter, filled only with the things you love? Well, you are in luck because Joshua Becker (author of The More of Less) just wrote a fabulous new book: The Minimalist Home.

Today I’m sharing with you 10 reasons I’m loving Becker’s new book on minimalism, in my review of The Minimalist Home: A Room-by-Room Guide to a Decluttered, Refocused Life. I know you will love this step by step, room by room guide as well. 

The Minimalist Home is available on Amazon. I listened to the book on Audible but ended up buying the hard-copy because it is such a good reference book. 

For more great decluttering reads, check out my summaries of Peter Walsh’s Let it Go and Swedish Death Cleaning by Margareta Magnusson.