100 Essentials: Simple Kitchen + Capsule Wardrobe + Minimalist Home

Essentials Simple Kitchen Capsule Wardrobe Minimalist Home If you could only have possessions what would they be Francine Jay bestselling author of The Joy of Less puts a new twist on decluttering eliminate the excess by choosing your essentials It s l

  • Title: 100 Essentials: Simple Kitchen + Capsule Wardrobe + Minimalist Home
  • Author: Francine Jay
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  • Page: 299
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • If you could only have 100 possessions, what would they be Francine Jay, bestselling author of The Joy of Less, puts a new twist on decluttering eliminate the excess by choosing your essentials It s like packing a suitcase with just your favorite things She takes the idea of a capsule wardrobe, and expands it to a capsule household a small collection of versatile itemsIf you could only have 100 possessions, what would they be Francine Jay, bestselling author of The Joy of Less, puts a new twist on decluttering eliminate the excess by choosing your essentials It s like packing a suitcase with just your favorite things She takes the idea of a capsule wardrobe, and expands it to a capsule household a small collection of versatile items perfectly in sync with your needs To illustrate, Jay shows you her 100 possessions in 100 full color photographs , with detailed explanations of her 35 Item Kitchen, 35 Item Wardrobe, and She invites you to join in the fun, and use her list as a springboard in making your own 100 Essentials helps you travel lightly through life whether you re relocating, downsizing, or just starting out It s an ideal resource for small space dwellers, and anyone who wants to live efficiently and gracefully.

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    About "Francine Jay"

    1. Francine Jay

      Francine Jay pioneered the minimalist living movement with her blog, MissMinimalist, and her book, The Joy of Less, A Minimalist Living Guide How to Declutter, Organize, and Simplify Your Life In 2009, she and her husband sold their house, and all their possessions, and moved overseas with one suitcase each After three years as a world traveling digital nomad, she s now applying her minimalist philosophy to her new life as a homeowner and mother.

    484 thoughts on “100 Essentials: Simple Kitchen + Capsule Wardrobe + Minimalist Home”

    1. This book is filled with examples of the basics. The book is all about what works for her. She is a wife and mother of one and they own a house. Her examples and pictures are all her things and there is a great reference list in the back. I'm definitely glad I read this book.


    2. An excellent view into the day to day workings of a minimalist home. I enjoy Francine's blog and also read her previous book but it was nice to see an example of what it actually means to be a minimalist. While I don't foresee myself paring down to 100 things any time soon I did find inspiration in her approach. I also very much liked the way she explains why and how she chose each item gave me food for thought when contemplating the many "one use" items in my home that could easily be replaced [...]


    3. Another wonderful book from Miss Minimalist. At some point when you've been decluttering for a while, you need a "next step" to keep you going. This book gives just that. instead of starting with the excess you don't need, you start with the esssentials you absolutely do, and from there the extras you could do without but wouldn't ever really want to.It was a wonderful change of perspective and got me thinking about my stuff in another way.Miss Jay goes into her household essentials, why she cho [...]


    4. Last year I was pleasantly surprised by The Joy of Less so when Jay announced that she was publishing a new e-book, I knew that I wanted to read it and I wasn't disappointed.This book is definitely more extreme than the Joy of Less for this book really delves in Jay's personal minimalism and the things she chooses to live her ideal life. Even though I find it too extreme to follow in my own life, I still found it interesting to see which 100 items she considers essential. Being practical is a st [...]


    5. Good points :This book gives informative and practical way to decide what you should have to minimise your things at home. She is narrowing the options by considering the performance and versatility, including the materials and the brand.Relative points :She revealed her clothing preference which not everyone will agree with this of course, but you can be benefited from the concept


    6. So good. Read this in two hours. Great ideas and thought provoking If it weren’t bedtime and if I didn’t have mommy responsibilities in the morning, I’d have an all-night decluttering session.


    7. I got a refund from . I just was not impressed. This book has nothing that could not be found with a simple google search.I'm sure the author is a very nice person though.


    8. GreatI live a vastly different lifestyle than Jay, but I found inspiration and good recommendations. Some of her ideas are spot on.


    9. Well Written With Good ExplanationsThe writing is succinct, well done, and properly edited and the book is actually a pleasure to read. Each section is put together in a simple manner and is very easy to follow. I really wanted to just start going through my own belongings and start paring down immediately (I actually did go through some clothing). As Jay lists each item she explains not only why she grouped items the way she did, but why she chose some items over others and even why she chose v [...]


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