Sick of the clutter, but not quite sure “minimalism” as you know it is for you? You’re probably right. Minimalism as you know it, probably isn’t for you. It wasn’t for me either. Because of that, Messy Minimalism was born.
Messy Minimalism is a witty, doable, and grace-based approach to living a clutter free life. It frees you up to embrace the mess, live with less and create an imperfectly perfect home for you.
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Praise for Messy Minimalism
“Messy Minimalism gives us permission to do minimalism our way— the way that best supports our families. This book shows us the imperfect way, the messy way, and, most importantly, the real way. Rachelle Crawford’s gentle approach makes minimalism and living a more joyful life approachable for everyone.”
Courtney Carverauthor of Project 333 and Soulful Simplicity, and founder of Be More with Less
“Rachelle Crawford will make you breathe a sigh of relief at your normalcy (you know, the mess we all have), and she’ll hold your hand toward a doable life of less, honoring your humanness along the way. Best of all, she’ll feel like an old friend, the one you can call for advice. I’ve got her ‘on speed dial’—on my bookshelf.”
Melissa Coleman author of The Minimalist Kitchen and founder of The Faux Martha
“By providing an honest, practical approach to decluttering, Rachelle Crawford redefines minimalism as a lifestyle that is attainable and achievable for anyone wishing to pursue it.”
Christine Plattauthor of The Afrominimalist’s Guide to Living with Less
“With grace, authenticity, and humor, Rachelle Crawford shows readers that living clutter-free isn’t solely reserved for the perfectly organized. This is a witty and wise must-read for anyone looking to exchange a life distracted by stuff for more joy, presence, and calm.”
Joshua Beckerauthor of The Minimalist Home and other books, and founder of Becoming Minimalist
“In Messy Minimalism, Rachelle Crawford shares a fun, fresh perspective on decluttering your home and heart. This important read will leave you convinced that everyone can benefit from a clutter-free lifestyle—especially people who have always thought of themselves as messy.”
Erica Layne author of The Minimalist Way
“Messy Minimalism is a delightful read. In it, Rachelle Crawford shares both practical tips and important mindset shifts, showing just how simple, valuable, and doable minimalism can be.”
Zoë Kimauthor of Minimalism for Families
“Crawford encourages her readers to release perfectionism and rigidity, explore conscious consumerism, experiment with self-imposed boundaries to free up mental and emotional energy, and lean into the beauty of our ordinary, messy everyday life. She helps us rewrite our internal story so we can enjoy a life of purpose and exuberant abundance that has nothing to do with stuff.”
Krista O’Reilly-Davi-Diguifounder of A Life in Progress