Do you feel like you spend your weekends cleaning and doing laundry? Do you want to find a better way so you can relax and have fun on the weekends?
Cleaning is a chore that few people adore. Let's face it: Laundry and cleaning are chores we all have to do, so why not try a new spin on your old routine, and develop a new method?
The ultimate goal of this audiobook is to help you develop a seamless routine for keeping your home clean. Does this sound impossible? This book offers proven strategies and simple hacks for keeping your house clean and your living space stress free all week long. Depending on where you are on the minimalist versus cluttered continuum and your ultimate goals, we will meet you where you are now and inspire you to stay the course and achieve your long- and short-term goals of living in an orderly and clean home.
As minimalists have learned, and many of the rest of us are beginning to understand, more stuff means you need more space to store it. And you have to spend more time to keep it clean and well maintained. When you live in a cluttered space, you waste time looking for things you need in boxes of stuff and in closets packed with items you never use. The stress and time wasted piles on feelings of frustration until you finally vow to take care of this issue once and for all.
Seven reasons to buy this audiobook:
1. It's short and informative, with no fluff.
2. This book is straightforward and gets to the point.
3. It has a great concept.
4. Learn what you need to know fast.
5. Don't waste hours listening to something that won't benefit you.
6. Specifically recorded to help and benefit the listener.
7. The best compact guide to learn what you need to learn in a short period .
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
NO, Although good advise, it seems more like a preface and not worth the money at all.
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