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By explaining how to “Make Choices” “Create Order” “Know Yourself–and Others” “Cultivate Helpful Habits” and of course “Add Beauty” When we get our possessions under control we feel both calmer and energetic With a sense of humor and also a clear sense of what’s realistic for most people Gretchen suggests dozens of manageable steps for creating a serene orderly environment–one that helps us to create the lives we yearn fo. Gretchen Rubin drew me close right away as if she were there in my living room talking with me I remained in her thrall as I gobbled this book up In fact I need to buy this book so that I can refer to it again at my leisure and apply it to my daily life and pattern of storing things neatly in containers rather than dealing with them In the first section about making choices Rubin includes 25 possible explanations of why we might want to keep an item One explanation jumped off the page I never had this thing as a child so I want to have it as an adult This is a good illustration of what I think the author does so well which is to bring our attention to our emotional attachment to things so that we can make a better reasoned and accepted decision rather than a rash or unexplored one I loved the way Rub Empire State Building: The Making of a Landmark get our possessions under control we feel both calmer and energetic With a sense of humor and also a clear sense of what’s realistic for most people Gretchen suggests dozens of manageable steps for creating a serene orderly environment–one that helps us to create the lives we yearn fo. Gretchen Rubin drew me close right away as if she were there in my living room talking with me I remained in her thrall as I I Love You Almost Always gobbled this book up In fact I need to buy this book so that I can refer to it again at my leisure and apply it to my daily life and pattern of storing things neatly in containers rather than dealing with them In the first section about making choices Rubin includes 25 possible explanations of why we might want to keep an item One explanation jumped off the page I never had this thing as a child so I want to have it as an adult This is a Gloom Town good illustration of what I think the author does so well which is to bring our attention to our emotional attachment to things so that we can make a better reasoned and accepted decision rather than a rash or unexplored one I loved the way Rub

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Outer Order Inner Calm Declutter Organize to Make More Room for Happiness

Bestselling author of The Four Tendencies and The Happiness Project Gretchen Rubin illuminates one of her key realizations about happiness For most of us outer order contributes to inner calm In a new book packed with than one hundred concrete ideas she helps us create the order and organization that can make our lives happier healthier productive and creative In the context of a happy life a messy desk or crowded coat closet is a trivial problem?. This is a uick read and an approachable little book about how to be organized The emphasis here is on little this is pretty light on content There s a lot of white space on each page the organization felt a bit redundant and there wasn t much practical doable advice I read it I took notes and I came away with a half page list of things to start doing I didn t hate it but I was hoping for

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??yet Gretchen Rubin has found that getting control of the stuff of life makes us feel in control of our lives generally By getting rid of things we don’t use don’t need or don’t love as well as things that don’t work don’t fit or don’t suit we free our mind and our shelves for what we truly value In this trim book filled with insights strategies and sometimes surprising tips Gretchen tackles the key challenges of creating outer order. I really like Gretchen Rubin s books I feel like she spends a lot of time doing research before she writes her books and I always feel like I am better educated and understand myself after reading them but this book is just felt like a boring rip off of Marie Kondo and other how to organize your home for a better life books I am a bit disappointed I didn t think she would write a book like this just for the sake of writing a book and that is what it felt like If you need some common sense guidance and want to read this book I advise getting it from your local library because I felt it wasn t worth the money The Last Runaway getting control of the stuff of life makes us feel in control of our lives On Tidy Endings generally By Flat World Navigation getting rid of things we don’t use don’t need or don’t love as well as things that don’t work don’t fit or don’t suit we free our mind and our shelves for what we truly value In this trim book filled with insights strategies and sometimes surprising tips Gretchen tackles the key challenges of creating outer order. I really like Gretchen Rubin s books I feel like she spends a lot of time doing research before she writes her books and I always feel like I am better educated and understand myself after reading them but this book is just felt like a boring rip off of Marie Kondo and other how to organize your home for a better life books I am a bit disappointed I didn t think she would write a book like this just for the sake of writing a book and that is what it felt like If you need some common sense A House of My Own Stories from My Life guidance and want to read this book I advise Under Her Command (The Bosss Pet, getting it from your local library because I felt it wasn t worth the money


10 thoughts on “Outer Order Inner Calm Declutter Organize to Make More Room for Happiness

  1. says:

    This is a uick read and an approachable little book about how to be organized The emphasis here is on little this is pretty light on content There's a lot of white space on each page the organization felt a bit redundant and there wasn't much practical doable advice I read it I took notes and I came away with a half page list of

  2. says:

    I received this ARC in a Goodreads Giveaway Gretchen Rubin's books always fill me with joy and delicious possibi

  3. says:

    The last thing I really needed in my life was an organizingclutter clearing book but when I saw Gretchen Rubin had one out I picked it up one day at Target I absolutely loved Gretchen’s The Happiness Project so I hoped this would have some great info and something new or a new outlook at the very least 

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  4. says:

    I really like Gretchen Rubin's books I feel like she spends a lot of time doing research before she writes her books and I always feel like I am better educated and understand myself after reading them but this book is just felt like a boring rip off of Marie Kondo and other how to organize your home for a bette

  5. says:

    Let me start by saying I’m a huge fan of Gretchen Rubin I’ve read all her books on happiness and habits I listen to he

  6. says:

    per my last update of this book I decided not to rate this book because it does not deserve so And I was not going to writ

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    Gretchen Rubin has jumped on the decluttering bandwagon Outer Order Inner Calm is an inspiring collection of tips and tricks for get

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    35 What with all the debate over Marie Kondo’s clutter reducing tactics the timing is perfect for this practical guide to culling andor organizing all the stuff that piles up around us at home and at work Unlike the rest of Rubin’s self help books this is not written as a narrative but as a set of tips – 150 of them That means

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    Gretchen Rubin drew me close right away as if she were there in my living room talking with me I remained in her thrall as I gobbled this book up In fact I need to buy this book so that I can refer to it again at my leisure and apply it to my daily life and pattern of storing things neatly in containers rather than dealing with them In the fi

  10. says:

    AT ONE POINT SHE REFRAMES “SPARKS JOY” AS “ENERGIZES” WHICH LOL OK

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