Instant review: nothing new, but a decent overview.
I don’t want to bash this book, because it’s not a bad book. That being said, it has little to offer someone who is already familiar with any/all of the following: tidying, organising, tiny houses, living simply, minimalism. It will be useful to some, and is well-written and well organised.
Takeaways: 10 minutes of maintanance/day is an investment and will save you lots of time in the long run. There’s a link between procrastination and perfectionism.
For: those new to/curious about the above topics.
Not for: those already familiar with/disinterested in the above topics.
228 pages; ISBN 978-0738219325; Dewey 648.8 SUL, 2017.