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Tting go of things has none of the hello trees hello sky ism of the Konmari method it is mentioned in the book but brieflyI think that if you want only one book on minimalism and how to do it it Is This OneMyself I Think I Will Aim Somewhere In this oneMyself I think I will aim somewhere in minimalism and the maximalist ends or reasons I like chairs and beds with legs all the getting up Touch of Enchantment from theloor is not my thing want to own enough clothes to ill the washing machine properly having just 3 shirts won t doand my books movies and music I prefer to have as visible things I don t own these to show off And Do Seriously Cherish Them do seriously cherish them I don t they don t stay no worries So perhaps I will own than minimalism might be like but getting rid of maximalism is perhaps the best intention or me now Then again who knows what the Miles from Kara future will be like Fumio Sasaki takes minimalism to an entirely new level I could not live in such aundamental environment I need beauty and plant life my home is my sanctuary not just a place to sleep This lifestyle works Pee Wee Scouts treasury (Pee Wee Scouts, for him and others I am sure but just notor me I much prefer William Morris s uote Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful Minimalism is built around the idea that there s nothing that you re lacking Fumio Sasaki Goodbye Things The New Japanese MinimalismI wasn t a an of the writing Perhaps I went in expecting of a Zen minimalism asthetic Perhaps I am just comparing it to other designliving books that seemed to resonate better S M L XL A Place of My Own The Education of an Amateur Builder Wabi Sabi For Artists Designers Poets Philosophers etc By the end of the book it all just seemed overwrittenoverhyped So 2 starsIt also seemed like a bit too self help too superficial too list oriented I elt I was given a bunch of bullet points or tossing out things I received an advanced copy rom Goodreads and was to be honest skeptical at High Heat first Hasn t Marie Kondo already turned the minimalism trend around Sasaki s book is his own however He is a humble and honest guide throughout the book Sasaki offers insights on minimalism through his own mind and life I really enjoyed reading the book Itelt very cleansing like taking a shower at the end of a long dayI took notes throughout the book or personal reference Here is a slice Our minds are old uneuipped or technological overload You get used to things you buy They re only new and shiny or a week or a month Why less possessions You get less messages sent rom them Messages the connotations You know that old composition notebook that s half written in You don t want to waste the rest of the unwritten pages You have to use it Yes you ll use it tomorrow or a grocery list But there are so many pages left to inish writing in Tomorrow comes you orget to use it And it still sits on your desk and you re still convinced you ll use Tips on the minimizing process and revealing how the new minimalist movement can not only transform your space but truly enrich your life The benefits of a minimalist life can be realized by anyone and Sasaki’s humble vision of true happiness will open your eyes to minimalism’s potential. A bed I like to read books with paper pages Not Words Illuminated On A Screen If Mr Sasaki Reads words illuminated on a screen If Mr Sasaki reads e book books it s only at the library they don t seem to be welcome in his home I don t want to listen to recorded music "played through computer speakers or through ear buds or head phones I no doubt have clothes than I need "through computer speakers or through ear buds or head phones I no doubt have clothes than I need I m very ar rom being whatever the male version of a ashionista is called but I enjoy changing what I wear Three white shirts shown in the photograph of Mr Sasaki s closet wouldn t do it Lots of Hearts for me Another Goodreads reviewer of this book uoted William Morris Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful That says itor me much so than minimalism does My rating ive stars or the ideas presented two stars or the manner in which they were presented so three I ve read a couple of books on minimalist lifestyle and this is One Of The Best In of the best in opinion I especially like that all the photos included with the book are at the start helps to make the book appealing You can see rom them not only single persons but also a couple a Don't Hex with Texas family and a traveling person s backpack contents though only scarf can be counted as clothes in it which leaves me wondering about the rest of the clothes that could be thereThis includes the author s own pictures and comments deeper in the book on how he made a journeyrom maximalist lots of stuff to minimalist one He certainly has reached a satisfying point doing this and offers now his thoughts and ideas on how to do it etc First chapter defines what a minimalist is and what it means to be one plus some reasons or its popularity Second chapter talks about why we are or have been maximalists In the third chapter we inally get ways to reduce our possessions And in chapters Black Women Writers (1950-1980): A Critical Evaluation four andive we read about positive changes that becoming minimalist has given to the author and many others Then there are very grateful and unusually cute afterwords and thank yous plus Pajama Party finally two lists of the tips explained in the third chapter handily attached at the endThe author benefited muchrom the change No need to compare himself to others no heaviness of all the things no Bunco Babes Tell All feeling of my possessions my worthiness no dissatisfaction with bad habits He relates to people bettereels grateful and happy easier dares to try new things and experiences This book is a Japanese point of view but not too different He s clearly a Steve Jobs Every Day by the Sun: A Memoir of the Faulkners of Mississippi fan lolI like that he stresses that each one of us can define our own level of minimalism It s merely a method of reducing possessions to the one that are necessary and truly matter to us and not owning just to pretend or someday I ll do things There is so repeat but so lightly it didn t manage to annoy me at all Everything is just said so cheerfully calmly and not pushy The author clearly loves minimalism and this le. Change his life by saying goodbye to everything he didn’t absolutely need The effects were remarkable Sasaki gained truereedom new Bringing the Outside In focus and a real sense of gratitudeor everything around him In Goodbye Things Sasaki modestly shares his personal minimalist experience offering specific. ,


Some thoughts on Goodbye ThingsMr Sasaki writes about minimalism in maximalist manner A good editor could have cut this book down to the length of a magazine article added a ew of the book s photographs and nothing much would have been lost In act the book could have almost been condensed to the 55 tips to help you say goodbye to your things on the last ew pages of the book That would have been true minimalism But then Mr Sasaki wouldn have had a book to sellMr Sasaki writes about people gaining An Identity Through identity through the they have However he s gained an identity as a minimalist by giving things up In a way it s the same deal just going in another directionReading Goodbye Things I Close to Hugh felt as if I was listening to a combination TV preacher and motivational speaker Minimalism is the one true religion and you can change your lifeor the better by converting to minimalismMr Sasaki writes about being an alcoholic he doesn t use the term but to me getting drunk every night and going to work hung over the next morning is being an alcoholic before Women and Self Esteem finding minimalism Ifinding a minimalism lifestyle worked Toy to Toy (Disney/Pixar Toy Story 3) for him that s great but I doubt that it would be a common cureor alcoholism as he implies This book is an advertisement Charity for Apple and its products I could have done without thatAll of that said I didind some good points in the book and reading it did make me think about my life and some changes I could make to it I know that I have too many things cluttering up my life and as I was reading I ound myself getting rid of some things I hadn t used in years and probably never would useI also thought about buying things often or no good reason Until recently I owned two watches one with a black Catch and Release: Trout Fishing and the Meaning of Life face and a black band and one with a light coloredace and a brown band I know people who don t even own a watch and just look at their phone if they need to know the time The watch with the brown band started losing time after about 25 years so I decided to replace it I bought an relatively inexpensive but solid watch rom LL Bean that I igure will last me or a good Many Years If I Had Read This years If I had read this a week ago I would have stuck to one watch and would have been happy with itMr Sasaki also writes about valuing things that we have and not growing tired of them because they re no longer new or novel To me that s a very important concept There are things in our home that I value and clothes that I enjoy wearing even though they re ar rom being newThe book also makes the point that by placing less value on things and by becoming less attached and involved with those things we may become involved with the people in our lives That s probably true and certainly a good thing A good uote rom the book p253 Because I don t own very much I have the luxury of timeIn the end I wasn t converted I want to sleep on a real mattress on. The best selling phenomenon rom Japan that shows us a minimalist life is a happy lifeFumio Sasaki is not an enlightened minimalism expert or organizing guru like Marie Kondo he’s just a regular guy who was stressed out and constantly comparing himself to others until one day he decided to. ぼくたちに、もうモノは必要ない。 断捨離からミニマリストへ