Four Organizing and Simple Living Books for Your Reading List


Imagine living in a home that you can easily keep clean and organized. If you think living without furniture or in an empty house is the only easy way to keep it clean, you are wrong. You will find that there are plenty of things you can live without and still enjoy more out of life. Whether you are thinking of downsizing your life or looking for ideas on how to organize your home, here are some of the best books that can help you get started.

1. The Curated Closet by Anuschka Rees
If you constantly find yourself lacking space for your clothes, you might be buying more than you really need. The Curated Closet is a good read with plenty of tips and practical ideas for people who want a more streamlined closet.

2. The Joy of Less by Francine Jay
The Joy of Less is a classic read for people who want to explore the minimalist lifestyle. It provides insights on minimalism as well as handy and practical guides on how to declutter, organize, and keep your home clutter-free.

3. The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing by Marie Kondō
In this book, cleaning and organizing consultant Marie Kondō shares ideas on how to simplify the process of keeping your home organized. She provides tips and helpful methods on how to clean and organize every space in your house one step at a time.

4. The More of Less: Finding the Life You Want Under Everything You Own by Joshua Becker
The more you own, the more you have to clean. In The More of Less, author Joshua Becker offers tips based on his and his family’s experiences as they downsized their possessions and removed the nonessentials thus paving the way for a more enriching life.