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Publisher's Summary

Clear your space, clear your head, and clear your way to a happier, healthier, more content life - the ultimate guide to harnessing the power of minimalism and hygge!

Are you feeling down and out most of your days?

Does it seem that the chaos around you impacts your inner sense of comfort and wellbeing?

Is a simple, carefree, and stress-free life starting to feel out of reach?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then it’s time to make a change - starting with your environment.

Sure, it all sounds so simple. But did you know that what we surround ourselves with greatly impacts our overall wellbeing?

Minimalism & Hygge: How to Declutter Your Life & the Danish Art of a Happy and Cozy Life by Edison Montgomery answers all your questions and gives you tips and tricks on how to embrace a simpler, less fussy lifestyle.

In this 2-in-1 guide, you will:

  • Learn to appreciate the values of simple living with the help of powerful minimalism concepts.
  • Deep dive into a deeper sense of mindfulness as you start dealing with less clutter and chaos.
  • Declutter your home so you can gain more clarity in life using helpful tips and tricks.
  • Learn why Danish live such carefree lives and how you can do the same.
  • Achieve personal and household harmony using practical Hygge lifestyle techniques.
  • Open yourself up to more opportunities and positive energy at your own pace and time.
  • And more!

Life shouldn’t be complicated. Let Minimalism & Hygge show you the way!

Scroll up, click on “Buy Now”, and start listening!

©2020 Edison Montgomery (P)2020 Edison Montgomery

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Lost in Translation

Not sure what happened but this sounds like it was copied from a native English speaker by a non-native English speaker who inexpertly employed a digital thesaurus to replace words with technical synonyms that nonetheless, make no sense in context. I really appreciated what I could understand so I hung on for quite a while until it literally lost all sense of meaning and began sounding like a string of random words from a malfunctioning British robot.

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Word Salad

the author pretty much just threw a bunch of buzz words on a page and rearranged the order in as many ways possible. prepare to hear the words, "minimalism", "mindfulness" and "here and now" because that's basically the first half of the book. I can't say what the second half holds because I got too busy being mindful of the clutter this book was creating in my here and now. No need to finish and I feel great!

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A reminder of all things important

Glad I finished the book. Beginning is slow and repetitive but it ends well. It reminds you of all the little things that mean so much and make life wonderful.

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Just terrible

Poorly translated. Terribly read. Just why??? People want to be helped to more organized and happy NOT TORTURED to death by boring word soup...

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struggled to finish

I don't know if it was the two different narrators, but the book felt all over the place. I would have gave it a one star if I didnt take something away from this book.

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Not a great read

Hard to finish, read like a check list, or a to do list, not hygge at all. It was a very dry account of a rich and warm topic, just didn't make a lot of sense to me.

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The narrator doesn’t know how to pause between sentences and his intonation is a irritating to the level where you cannot focus on the content.

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I wanted to like this book, I really did. But the narration is hard for me to listen to. The narrator moves fast, and there are not natural pauses. I could only get through two hours or so, and will probably return this one.

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Was this written in English?

The content was good, but hard to follow. It's like it was translated from English to a foreign language and then poorly translated back to English by someone using Google translator. I don't know how the narrator managed to read all the sentences that just didn't make sense. My favorite misused word was when they were obviously talking about "cool" weather, as in low temps, but said "awesome" instead. It's ok, I think cool weather is pretty awesome, too!

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It felt like two different books.

This really should have been split into two books. The minamilism part was good, but the Hygge part needed to be edited. Some part repleted and I though audible messed up, but it was really the lack of editing and proofreading. Also somethings were double said, like how candles are big in hygge. I got it on sale for $5 so I'm not really complaining, but I wouldn't pay full price. 3/5 meh.

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  • shufflepuck_cafe
  • 03-25-21

Ironically cluttered and repetitive

For a man that dislikes clutter, he sure does repeat himself. It honestly appeared, in the first book, that he had a handful of points that he repeated over and over again. At one point I had to check that I hadn't knocked the rewind button by mistake, and I say that with an entirely straight face.

I initially thought it was poorly written, then it occoured to me that it might have been badly translated, but then he spoke of being Irish/American so I do not know what to believe. I actually felt mildly irritated that the author read the whole thing out without trying his hand at rectifying the poor wording or wobbly phrases.

It's a shame that all the above irked me so much, because there were some useful nuggets and tidbits, and all in all it was a nice introduction to this whole new concept, but this may well have been because I knew nothing of the ideals: if you have an awareness or are already reaping the benifits of minimalism and hygge, then I'm sure you can do without the same list of to-do's re-jiggled over the space of four hours.

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  • 05-16-20

Oh dear

I have never encountered such poor grammar. some sentences genuinely did not make sense. I would not comment initially,as I thought perhaps the author was writing as a second language user, but I found out this is not the case. most bizarre phrasing.