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Share the joys of minimalism with your whole family.
Make room for what really matters. Minimalism for Families shows you the real costs of the things you own and helps you discover that cutting non-essential items makes for a happier, more satisfying home and life.
Spend less time stressing about your stuff and more time together. Filled with practical advice to help you and your family clear out your house, Minimalism for Families helps you build stronger bonds, spend more time together, and start enjoying the benefits of living clutter-free.
Minimalism for Families includes:
An introduction to minimalism—Find out what minimalism really is and how it can make for a happier household.
A family approach—Discover how to handle family resistance and get everyone—including your children—to embrace minimalism.
Practical, room-by-room advice—From the kitchen to kids’ rooms, get easy-to-use tips for creating and keeping a simple home.
Bring the benefits of minimalism to your loved ones with Minimalism for Families.
About the Author
ZOË KIM is a wife, mother of four, and blogger behind The Minimalist Plate, a popular website devoted to inspiring families to live a better life with less. A practical minimalist, she lives with her family outside Atlanta, Georgia.
“Zoë's perspective of minimalism is pure joy. She brings years of experience as a mother and a wife to the table, paired with an ongoing love of the simpler life."—Brian Gardner, Founder of No Sidebar
"Minimalism for Families is a must-read for anyone wanting to explore minimalism but feels held back by 'having a family.' Zoë, a mother of four and a military wife, gives approachable, practical, actionable and direct advice. If you follow the guide set forth in Minimalism for Families, you’ll be able to declutter every room in your house and maintain your simplified home once it's achieved."— Rebecca Shern, MPH, RDN, Creator of minimalwellness.com
"Zoë Kim has written a book on minimalism for families that is practical, encouraging, and motivating. And I’m glad she did—we need more guidance like this in the world today.”—Joshua Becker, founder of Becoming Minimalist