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Joshua Becker is the founder and editor of Becoming Minimalist, a website that inspires others to find more life by owning less. His rational approach to minimalist living has made him one of today’s most-influential simple living advocates. He is also the best-selling author of Simplify: 7 Guiding Principles to Help Anyone Declutter Their Home and Life. He lives with his wife and two children in Peoria, AZ.


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40 internautes sur 41 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
An Inspiring, Practical Book for Parents (or Anyone for That Matter) 23 janvier 2014
Par Joel Zaslofsky - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Joshua Becker gets right into the main theme of the book when we writes, "There is more joy to be found in owning less than can ever be found in organizing more." I totally agree.

Although he emphasizes the inspiration of minimalism over how to practice it, there are literally hundreds of action-oriented tips to live a more intentional life (with or without with kids). And each insight is backed up by experience, faith, research, science, or some combination of the four.

I particularly enjoyed the real-world stories of parents like me who struggle to balance presenting their kids with opportunities and boundaries. The only (small) issue I have with the book is that it gets a little repetitive in some places. But I can easily overlook that since acting on the book’s principles means having a child comfortable with whatever they possess, confident enough to be themselves, and grateful to be by themselves.

If you read Clutterfree with Kids – and I think you should – there’s a good chance that passages from it will end up on your fridge, bulletin boards, computers, or even proudly displayed in your child’s room.
35 internautes sur 38 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Not another organizing book... 25 janvier 2014
Par Jill Foley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
In his new book, Clutterfree with Kids, Joshua Becker explores the benefits of living with less with personal stories and challenges us all to embrace the freedom of a minimalist lifestyle.

First of all, this is NOT a book about organizing your child's toys. You will not find practical tips on how to set up your child's room or playroom. Instead you will find an inspiring case for the minimalist lifestyle. Joshua dispels the common myths associated with minimalism and instead lays out compelling reasons why living with less is attractive and freeing.

The book is organized into three sections: Change your thinking, discover new habits and free your lifestyle.

In the first section, Change Your Thinking, you will see the case for minimalism and all the benefits that result from this lifestyle. Joshua offers practical steps for implementing change and getting your family on board. I especially appreciated the chapter about including your children in the process.

The second section, Discover New Habits, goes through specific areas where clutter is a problem (toys, clothes, artwork, sentimental items, collections, screens, photos, gifts, packing, schedules and preparing for baby). Each chapter begins with a story of change - a personal account and testimony that relates to the subject at hand. Next Joshua challenges the reader to change your thinking about the subject by putting the subject in a new light. Next we are encouraged to discover new habits. This is full of practical advice about decluttering and getting rid of the excess. Finally, each chapter ends with Free Your Home - a series of questions to keep you thinking and really analyze your situation.

The final section of the book, Free Your Life, takes it all one step further. In this section Joshua discusses things like parenting, being an example to the rest of your family and keeping momentum.

I am so thankful Joshua wrote this book. His experience and his expertise are so well expressed in an encouraging way. I feel like I've done well as a parent when it comes to clutter and helping my family find value in experiences rather than stuff, yet I walked away from this book with even more ideas and inspiration. This book is full and rich with ideas.

I really appreciated the messages Joshua repeated over and over. Watch less tv, model simplicity, change your thinking, be intentional and gratitude, gratitude, gratitude! Joshua has challenged me to re-evaluate what I treasure by evaluating how I fill my living space and life.
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Better to own less than to organize more! 23 janvier 2014
Par David J. Singer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
I’ve been a fan of Joshua Becker’s blog on minimalism and simplicity for several years. I’ve also enjoyed his books, and now he has a new one, Clutterfree with Kids. While the book's title makes it clear that this book is primarily aimed at parents, it's a book filled with a lot of good information for everyone.
Early on in the book, Joshua talks about minimalism: “Modern society has bought into the lie that the good life is found in accumulating things.” He quickly ties it into a clutterfree life, explaining, “It is better to own less than to organize more.” As a person who preaches being organized, I couldn’t agree more!
In addition to my own hyper-organized ways, I'm also the dad of three college-age kids, so I’ve been there and done that. Reading this book from that perspective allows me to see how full this book is with timeless principles, and practical, useful lessons for parents. Many of the suggestions are things we did with our kids, which goes a long way towards explaining why our kids are so well-adjusted.
The wonderful ideas in this book come not just from Joshua, but also from other who have provided their stories--real-life examples of how they live lives of less stress and more happiness by being more organized with their children’s clothing, artwork, toys, and more. A great book.
- David J. Singer, author of Six Simple Rules for a Better Life
14 internautes sur 14 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
This book saved my sanity! 7 mars 2014
Par Charity - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I love that this book is not a "how to" book like others I have read but never actually helped any, instead this book tells you why the author chose to live with less and it makes sense! This book rang true for me and even though I haven't decluttered all of my house yet (it's a long process), I have decluttered my kitchen and greatly reduced the amount of clothes we own. My two biggest chores (dishes and laundry) are now simple and fast so when I get home from my 12 hour shifts, I can spend quality time with my family instead of wasting time on chores. It took some adjusting, but after a month we are seeing that there are more rewards than minor inconveniences. The methods and philosophies in this book are adaptable to any situation to adjust to your own needs. My house is way less messy, I am less stressed, and no longer feel overwhelmed by our stuff. If you have your clutter under control, give this to a friend who doesn't. It can change lives.
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If you need convincing to be clutterfree, then this might be your book... 31 octobre 2014
Par Nothing new - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I have clutter and I have kids, but I also knew I wanted to change the former! So I was ultimately disappointed when the first third of the book was spent trying to convince me that being clutterfree was a good thing.

Ultimately, I desired more practical advice which this book was sorely lacking. I do strongly recommend Peter Walsh's book, "It's all too much" which I found practical filled with great advice much of which I have implemented.
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