• Minimalist Home: Using Minimalism to Create a Cozy Home Via the Japanese Art of Tidying Up, Danish HYGGE & Feng Shui Principles!

  • Life Hack Heaven, Book 2
  • By: Jason Delucci
  • Narrated by: Garrett Goodison
  • Length: 3 hrs and 4 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Home & Garden, House & Home
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (10 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Tired of living in a dull house filled with clutter? Want to create a cozy, luck-filled minimalist sanctuary instead?

Now you can...

Decluttering your house can seem like a daunting task. It’s hard to know where to begin. Your home is such an important project as you spend so much time there. It becomes a reflection of you. A clean and tidy home means a clean and tidy mind. But most people aren’t equipped with the discarding skills to clear out the clutter, or the design ideas to create that sleek, minimalist yet warm feel for themselves.

Not anymore.

Jason Delucci is a minimalist vet. Having traveled Asia for the past 10 years, he’s perfected many Eastern mindsets and philosophies including the Japanese art of decluttering, Chi enhancing considerations of the Chinese, and popular European decor inspirations such as Danish HYGGE living!

In this idea filled audiobook, you will discover:

  • Why it's imperative to start with clearing out your stuff
  • Three rules to truly discern your treasure from your trash
  • The biggest nostalgia no-nos when dealing with sentimental items
  • What hygge living is and why it’s so popular for the home
  • How to tidy properly so you're only left with meditative mess
  • Room-by-room guidelines to cultivate the most harmony
  • The biggest furniture faux pas
  • A game plan to organize the perfect minimalist wardrobe!

And much more…

Minimalist Home provides carefully curated tidying tips and design ideas to suit any homemakers style and budget. Even if you're a newbie to minimalism. These simple strategies will help you create the home that’s right for you!

Clear spaces are great, but a warm and cozy home balanced with Chi is the perfect place to unwind, relax, and reconnect. Sounds good?

Simply scroll up and buy now to get started!

©2019 Jason Delucci (P)2019 Jason Delucci

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It took one google search and he still botched it.

The book is decent, and I really wanted to enjoy it. But I was forced to stop in the middle of the book because I physically couldn’t stand the way he was pronouncing Chinese words. Now, I’m Chinese, and although I’m not 100% fluent in the language, I can tell whether something is pronounced right. This wasn't.Take the popular word ‘feng shui’, a Chinese art which is based on the belief that the way you arrange things within a room, can affect aspects of your life, such as how happy and successful you are.  It would be understandable to mess it up if you don’t know the language, that’s okay! But in today's age, any google search would tell you that it’s pronounced “fung shway”. And even if he doesn’t know Chinese, if he’s narrating a book that frequently uses Chinese words, I’d expect him to at least try to pronounce them right. But this guy. This guy is talking about stuff, and then he says it: ‘The Chinese practice of FANG SHWEE.’I sat up straight in my chair. Was I hearing this right? Did he really pronounce this word as ‘fang shwee?’ Sadly, a few seconds later, my suspicions were confirmed as I heard the terrible sound once more.‘FANG SHWEE.’ I cringed as this terrifying man attacked me with the horrible pronunciation of these words. I stayed strong, listening for another 15 minutes, each time hearing him utter the words 'fang shwee, fang shwee, fang shwee.'. But by the time he said ‘the HANG dynasty’, I physically couldn’t stand it anymore. If you’re going to narrate a book that uses Chinese words, at least try to pronounce them right. One google search: that’s how simple it is.I'm returning the book early. I can't even... every time he says "Fang Shwee" I just cringe and lose focus.

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Good Guide Book

Jason put together a good book with a mix of feng shui, Danish hygge, and minimalism. This book explains and goes through the principles of each concept and how to use them together to get a minimalist home. The author also takes you step by step and room by room to declutter your home. I really liked this book because it was very practical and seems easy enough to start incorporating in everyday life.
Garrett did a good job with this narration. His tone was informative and he spoke at a steady pace.
*I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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great info

LEarned a lot about keeping a clean home. Its not just about cleaning, its about having a consistent hygee principle that helps.
I recieved this book in exchange for an unbiased review.

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Pretty incredible info.

I must admit, I may have underestimated the book upon seeing its book cover. Good thing I gave the first few pages a try and I was quite impressed. I was greeted with facts and I no longer deem minimalism as some kind of deprivation. Living a simple life is loved!

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Life hacks are love!

The Netflix show featuring Marie Kondo inspired me prompting me to get a guide. I like almost everything about this audio guide. Its simplicity, straight-forwardness, and its originality. I’m beginning to love the idea of Hygge principle which I only became familiar after hearing it here.

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Great resource for happier living

This was a nice book incorporating minimalism, hygge, and feng shui. I didn't want to incorporate all the ideas but there is plenty I will. You will want to listen to this many times. Nicely read by the narrator. I was gifted a copy of the audiobook in exchange for an honest review.

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I will surely purchase the paper back version.

Listening to this brings me a sense of relief and calmness. It’s my first minimalist book but I’m very satisfied! Staying organized has never been this easy.