Though perhaps not explicitly a book on organization, The Book of Hygge is an excellent companion to any literature on decluttering and organizing, in that it provides a sort of verbal vision board to inspire the more well-rounded and inviting space your home can become when it is not piled high with clutter. Thomsen Brits can get a bit pedantic; what is accomplished in 192 pages could likely be accomplished in 50. But the spirit of the book, a manual to creating a feeling of contentment in your space and your life, is a great reminder of what a home should be. Not a warehouse to store your accumulated clutter, but a shelter to provide warmth and comfort. Even a quick skim can inspire you to arrange the items you have elected to keep after decluttering and organizing in a way that promotes wellness and joy, and that inspiration is an excellent motivator to continue your organizing journey.
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