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Rightsizing Your Life

Rightsizing Your Life

Simplifying Your Surroundings While Keeping What Matters Most

Whether it’s going from the multi-bedroom suburban house to the city condo, or from a country and city house to one cozy cottage, millions of Americans in the coming years will face the task of planning a shift to smaller or more practical quarters, paring down a lifetime of possessions and furnishing their new lives with things that have meaning. This simplification of surroundings and “stuff” will liberate people in mid-life to pursue their passions such as travel or hobbies without the responsibilities of a big house weighing them down.

Rightsizing will be more than a handbook about the process of planning a new environment, jettisoning a lifetime’s worth fo surplus household items, and moving painlessly into a more suitable space. It will also be the first comprehensive guide to the emotional passage that this winnowing process entails, providing a prescription for the internal hurdles that can easily sabotage sensible decision making.
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Genre: Nonfiction / House & Home / Cleaning, Caretaking & Organizing

On Sale: January 4th 2007

Price: $16

Page Count: 304

ISBN-13: 9780821258132

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