Decluttered

mindful organizing for health home and beyond
Jenny Albertini MPH ; photography by Birch Thomas
Book - 2024

"Whether you have the urge to address clutter that's right in front of you, like your kitchen, or clutter that's more abstract, like the benefits program at your workplace, this book can help you figure out how all of it is related, and what steps you can take to work on them. Jenny Albertini has brought together her years of diplomatic government service, public health program design, and Master KonMarie training to share a mindful approach to shaping our time and space. Both a "how to" and a "why to" approach to minimizing the impact of life stressors on our wellbeing, this book will help you focus on the connections between your health and the environments where you spend your time-your home, your workplace, and your community. While organizing a home to make the living room look nice is great, this book will also help you explore why that makes you feel better-and what you can do with that improved sense of self. Decluttering is about so much more than just getting rid of things. When we make purposeful choices about what we want to live with, we also set intentions for how we want to live. This book is for people who are ready to live with less overwhelm in their relationships, their home, their workplace, and their society"--

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Albertini, Jenny (Author)
Other Authors: Thomas, Birch (Photographer)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Bloomington, Indiana, USA : Red Lightning Books, [2024]
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