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➷ Simple Matters Free ➭ Author Erin Boyle – Eiyo.us

Simple Matters For Anyone Looking To Declutter, Organize, And Simplify, Author Erin Boyle Shares Practical Guidance And Personal Insights On Small Space Living And Conscious Consumption At Once Pragmatic And Philosophical, Simple Matters Is A Nod To The Growing Consensus That Living Simply And Purposefully Is Sustainable Not Only For The Environment, But For Our Own Happiness And Well Being, Too Boyle Embraces The Notion That Living Small Is Beneficial And Accessible To Us All Whether We Re Renting A Tiny Apartment Or Purchasing A Three Story House Filled With Personal Essays, Projects, And Helpful Advice On How To Be Inventive And Resourceful In A Tight Space, Simple Matters Shows That Living Simply Is About Making Do With Less And Ending Up With Free Time, Time With Loved Ones, Savings, And Things Of Beauty.

➷ Simple Matters  Free ➭ Author Erin Boyle – Eiyo.us
  • Hardcover
  • 192 pages
  • Simple Matters
  • Erin Boyle
  • English
  • 15 April 2019
  • 1419718630

    10 thoughts on “➷ Simple Matters Free ➭ Author Erin Boyle – Eiyo.us


  1. says:

    I loved every single page of this book It s the perfect coffee table book to flick through over a cup of tea or to sit and devour in few sittings like I did It s filled with practical tips to not just living the minimalist lifestyle but loving everything yo...


  2. says:

    Let s just say this was not the book I thought it was I started reading this because I thought it was a book about organizing I always like to read what s out there as sort of a continuing education course of my own design This book isn t about that, not really It s really about having some sort of zen lifestyle that you can only achieve before you have children or if you write a blog about it and are forced to make your own face scrub so you won t be shamed by your fans on FB The author su Let s just say this was not the book I thought it was I started reading this because I thought it was a book about organizing I always like to read what s out there as sort of a continuing education course of my own design This book isn t about that, not really It s really about having some sort of zen lifestyle that you can only achieve before you have children or if you write a blog about it and are forced to make your own face scrub so you won t be shamed by your fans on FB The author suggests not using paper towels in your household but instead keeping a pile of rags close by She also suggests making all your own household cleaners and finding all your furniture by collecting it out of your neighbors garbage pile This simple life sounds peaceful, althou...


  3. says:

    I would recommend this to anyone interested in learningabout minimal living it s a gentle introduction with personal essays and helpful advice on how to live simply Erin Boyle writes the blog Reading My Tea Leaves and is a true inspiration for making do with less and ending up withSimple Matters provides guidance and personal insights into small space living and conscious consumption it s about living with purposeful in asustainable way, for our environment but also f I would recommend this to anyone interested in learningabout minimal living it s a gentle introduction with personal essays and helpful advice on how to live simply Erin Boyle writes the blog Reading My Tea Leaves and is a true inspiration for making do with less and ending up withSimple Matters provides guidance and personal insights into small space living and conscious consumption it s about livin...


  4. says:

    I m a regular reader of Boyle s blog Reading My Tea Leaves, her muse on living a simple life in Brooklyn This is not a critique of Boyle, butof the genre of design and lifestyle bloggers who get book deals and end up writing books that seem steeped in classism and white privilege.


  5. says:

    A nice, simple book about simplicity Enjoyable read, but can we talk about the sprig of flowers taped.to.the.wall Taped To the wall.


  6. says:

    Simple Matters describes, and portrays in quiet photos, an elegant, artistic approach to simple, sustainable living While Zen like in its spare, minimalist philosophy, there is also a sweet soulfulness and inviting purity to the idea of such a pared down, no frills lifestyle This may not be achievable at this extreme for everyone, including myself, but still it s e...


  7. says:

    Back in 2014 I started clearing the clutter from my house, I got rid of many boxes and bags I hadstuff boxed up to go out, when I had to have surgery on my ankle So from the end of February to the end of April I was unable to walk on my right foot I did not get the remaining boxes out nor did I clearout I spent the next few months just trying to get caught up In January of this year, I began de cluttering again and it felt good Then I lost my motivation I ve been checking out Back in 2014 I started clearing the clutter from my house, I got rid of many boxes and bags I hadstuff boxed up to go out, when I had to have surgery on my ankle So from the end of February to the end of April I was unable to walk on my right foot I did not get the remaining boxes out nor did I clearout I spent the next few months just trying to get caught up In January of this year, I began de cluttering again and it felt good Then I lost my motivation I ve been checking out de cluttering books and simplifying books in hopes of finding where I left it I m sure it s just being used as a bookmark in one of these books Then I came across Boyle s book I starte...


  8. says:

    A practical and thoughtful book filled with beautiful photos and great advice for keeping things simple in your home The author writes with a calm and approachable tone This is the first book about minimalism that I genuinely connected with I recommend


  9. says:

    Though there was a lotpractical advice in Marie Kondo s books, I felt like this was a lotachievable and stressed me out less I would recommend if you were interested in Marie s books but didn t quite get out of them what you thought you would.


  10. says:

    Erin s world is a little too colorless for me, but I do like the idea of living with less.

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