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  • The Art of Discarding: How to Get Rid of Clutter and Find Joy | Nagisa Tatsumi

    The Art of Discarding: How to Get Rid of Clutter and Find Joy

    • UNABRIDGED (3 hrs and 37 mins)
    • By Nagisa Tatsumi
    • Narrated By Karen Cass
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    The book that inspired Marie Kondo's The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up, Nagisa Tatsumi's international best seller offers a practical plan to figure out what to keep and what to discard so you can get - and stay - tidy, once and for all. Practical and inspiring, The Art of Discarding (the book that originally inspired a young Marie Kondo to start cleaning up her closets) offers hands-on advice and easy-to-follow guidelines to help listeners learn how to finally let go of stuff that is holding them back.

    Alissa A. says: "Informative"
  • The Art of Discarding: How to get rid of clutter and find joy | Nagisa Tatsumi

    The Art of Discarding: How to get rid of clutter and find joy

    • UNABRIDGED (3 hrs and 37 mins)
    • By Nagisa Tatsumi
    • Narrated By Karen Cass
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    In this era of mass consumption, we are all drowning in 'stuff', despite our best efforts to keep on top of the clutter that collects in our homes, our office spaces and even our cars. All this clutter causes us mental anguish. However, as we all know, throwing things away can be difficult - it clashes with the values instilled in us from an early age of not wasting things, reusing items and keeping things 'for a rainy day'. Simply put, we feel guilty about getting rid of things. Enter Nagisa Tatsumi and her bold suggestion - that it's okay to throw stuff away.

    Vivian says: "good advice, perhaps better read than heard"
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