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Goodbye Clutter, Hello Freedom: How to Create Space for Danish Hygge and Lifestyle by Cleaning up, Organizing and Decorating with Care: Volume 1 Paperback – 11 May 2017
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About the Author
Lena Bentsen is known as "The Grand Old Lady" in the Danish decluttering business and because she is a native Dane, Danish Hygge flows in her veins and is a part of her DNA. Over her lifetime, Lena Bentsen has become intimately familiar with every Danish tradition and as a Danish Life Designer, she paints the picture of the deepest essence of Danish Hygge and the typical Danish way of life. As a trained Feng Shui interior designer, she also knows, feels, and sees the details of a space that can provide or disrupt the feeling of wellbeing - e.g. clutter. Lena Bentsen is a famous author in Denmark, having written five books about these topics.
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I have read many decluttering books, of which I have liked many aspects, but this one spoke to me in a different way. I resonated with the idea of hygge. (My husband has often commented that my favourite word is cosy! ) and when i recently heard of hygge I knew that it was something I long for. Something i have had fleeting moments off but never quite managed to keep hold of it. Lena's approach to tidying and organising was kind and caring, rather than judgemental. It was simple and logical and to the point and it feels so do-able. I love the concept of closing the circle...wow that idea will change my life. I really see how that is motivational and will help me recognise unfinished tasks much more easily.
Working towards a place of peace, tranquillity and hygge is really motivation for me. I believe this will help me change my life once and for all and I recommend it to anyone searching for peace within and outside of themselves. I have learned that to tidy is to care for myself , it is not a punishment. That change in my mindset has brought me peace, and soon it will result in a tidy home.
Happy hygge everyone!
I love the fact that the author talks about caring about what we own, and that belongings have an expiry date. That sometimes the time comes when it is right to let go off things.
The author talks about why we do not want clutter in our lives and that our homes reflect who we are. Many of the 'difficult' to declutter items are mentioned such as books and inherited belongings.
This is a book that makes you think.
I love how she defines personal belongings as items that are or have a personality. This way it makes things easier to get rid of or keep. It has funny parts that you laugh at just because you know she's right.
I got this book because I have problems with getting things in order.
I got the right book!
Easy to read and remember the points the author writes about. Albeit you can easily read it twice.
This is the first-time I've ever read like on this type of subject. It doesn't tell you how to 'clean-up. It gives good advice in my opinion.
If your stuck in a rut,