Feeling like your home is overrun with clutter? If you’re wishing you could simplify your home, Elsie Callender’s new book, “Your Simple Home Handbook: 30 Projects to Help Your Home Breathe,” can help!
Elsie knows how to simplify – in the past year, she and her husband downsized to a 600-square-foot log cabin! She’s experienced what it’s like to have a home filled with stuff – and the long process to simplify.
As Elsie explains, “If you want to be intentional about how you steward your possessions and how you design your living space, this book is for you.”
Through her book, Elsie walks you through the process room-by-room. Not sure of how you can simplify your kitchen? Five brief challenges can help you.
With the help of 30 separate projects throughout your entire home, Elsie will guide you as you become more minimalistic. This book would be very helpful for homemakers who don’t know where to begin in their battle against clutter.
After trying a similar process in my own home, I know the most difficult part in simplicity is parting with sentimental items. Yet Elsie encourages, “If you want to see real change in your home, you’ve got to get a little more ruthless. … Your mindset going in has to be more radical than it’s ever been before.”
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