Book Review: 30 Day Clutter Bootcamp

30 day clutter bootcamp30 Day Clutter Bootcamp is a lively, active book that will spur you on if your goal is to get rid of the clutter and streamline your home.  Some of its features are:

  • 106 pages of decluttering magic.
  • 40 sure-fire decluttering techniques.
  • A 30 day clutter action guide.
  • A personal cheerleading squad on every page.
  • Inspiration quotes in callout boxes.
  • Quick and easy action days. Most under 30 minutes.
  • Flexibility. You can go at your own pace and comfort level.
  • 100% money back guarantee if you’re not satisfied. (No one’s asked for their money back yet!)
  • A unique category approach to decluttering so you won’t get overwhelmed.
  • All decluttering all the way. It’s not watered down with organizing tips. (declutter first. organize later.)
  • A ton and a half of inspiration to keep you bootcamping your way to a clutter free house.
  • 100% new content. This is not a collection of blog posts. None of the material in the book has been posted before.
  • Free support on her blog. Ask your questions or ask for inspiration and she’ll be here for you!

If you are looking for a guide to organizing your treasure-trove storehouse, this is not he book for you.  If you want a practical guide to sorting through and clearing out the mess, here is the answer.  And it’s all written in Tanja’s light-hearted, friendly style, so there are no lectures, no browbeating. Continue reading “Book Review: 30 Day Clutter Bootcamp”

Book Review: ENUFF a Guidebook for Simple Living

If you have grown weary of the rat race and are looking for an alternative, Kate Carpenter’s book ENUFF is a good place to start.  ENUFF is an acronym for Eliminate the Needless, Useless, Foolish and Frivolous and in it you will find a primer on minimalism and tips for simple living.

ENUFF – The Book

ENUFF, Kate carpenter, minimalism, simple livingThe book itself follows the tenets it teaches by not being stuffed full of pontification.  It takes a direct and entertaining approach.  In each chapter Carpenter explains her topic, explains the need, and offers a supportive anecdote, then uses great quotes from famous people, charts or illustrations, to make the point.  Most chapters include an expanded reading list and a list of movies that embrace the topic of that chapter.  Most of these outside resources are not about minimalism, they are popular books and movies about people and life, but they embody the simple living principle being discussed as a part of their story. Continue reading “Book Review: ENUFF a Guidebook for Simple Living”

Book Review: lilabean by K.C. White

Today, Dear Readers,  I welcome children’s author and health blogger Joy O’Hare as she reviews K.C. White’s book lilabean – a storybook about simplicity for grown-up girls.

simplicity, simple living, booklilabean is a truly enchanting story.  It could apply to any of us, struggling to find ourselves among possessions and the struggle of day to day living.  Learning to clear the clutter and find the true meaning of life is a great way to simplify and make life what we want it to be.  Kudos for putting things into perspective!  Hoarders beware.

More Info

You may get more information about lilabean, read a sample chapter and order the print book at or buy the eBook from Smashwords

author, childrens book Imagine That!Joy O’Hare lives in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee with her cat Libby and is the author of Imagine That!, a collection of short stories for children.  She also blogs about simpler living and returning to nature at Living More Naturally.