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Messy Minimalism


Rachelle Crawford

Rachelle Crawford’s home used to be cluttered with toys and overflowin­g cupboards. She had assumed you had to be naturally organised to keep a tidy living space. Then she found minimalism: the messy, real-life kind, that is less about perfection and more about purpose. In “Messy Minimalism”, Rachelle shares practical strategies for reducing waste, curbing consumptio­n and declutteri­ng. Learn how to shop more consciousl­y, create a capsule wardrobe, free up more time for the things that matter, and create a tidy(ish) home. The messy minimalist way is a no-judgement zone in which we learn sustainabl­e habits.

Broadleaf Books, £14.99.

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