New Minimalism Journal: Create Your Plan for a Less Cluttered Life

New Minimalism Journal: Create Your Plan for a Less Cluttered Life

by Cary Telander Fortin, Kyle Louise Quilici

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Overview

For anyone seeking a simpler life, this guided journal takes the reader on a journey to a new definition of minimalism, where we are all served by having fewer, better things and each person's ideal lifestyle is unique to them.

First, you'll have the opportunity to take stock of your life so far, with questions and guided reflections for gaining clarity on subconscious thoughts and habits. This section includes quizzes to understand how you relate to your stuff, your decluttering personality archetype, and potential challenges in the process. Then, determine your true priorities and most important personal goals. Once you've got your mind organized, you'll begin the physical process of decluttering your home and possessions with a tried and true step-by-step system complete with checklists, decision tree, and project planning calendar.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781632172655
Publisher: Sasquatch Books
Publication date: 01/07/2020
Pages: 160
Sales rank: 1,040,364
Product dimensions: 6.26(w) x 7.49(h) x 0.49(d)

About the Author

CARY TELANDER FORTIN specializes in the psychology behind decision-making and attachments, as well as connecting with new organizations who can benefit from clients' donations. She graduated with honors from Dartmouth College with a degree in psychology.

KYLE LOUISE QUILICI specializes in creating beautiful spaces using the items clients already own and love. She graduated from Boston College with a degree in organizational behavior, studied interior design at Parsons School of Design in New York and earned her certificate in sustainable design from UC Berkeley's Extension.  

Together as NEW MINIMALISM, Cary and Kyle have conducted hundreds of decluttering sessions and as a result they have donated over 10,675 cubic feet of clothing, art supplies, furniture, and decor to local charities; that's the equivalent of over 427 bath tubs.

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