Author(s): Beth Penn; Angelique Panagos
In this age of mass consumerism, we are "stuffocating"; becoming slaves to our possessions. Discarding the unnecessary brings clarity, allows us to appreciate our favorite things and helps us to regain control of our surroundings and, as a consequence, our lives.
With The Little Book of Tidying, Beth Penn presents a wonderful approach to the philosophy of "less is more" that allows the reader to adapt a new form of positive psychology into their daily lives.
Beth Penn is a professional organizer, speaker and life hacker. "Overwhelming" is a word that Beth has heard often over her 10+ years servicing clients on physical and digital clutter. She is the founder of the thriving professional organizing business Bneato Bar, whose clients range from corporations looking for big-picture time management solutions to the busy individual simply flooded with email, paper and stuff. She has been appeared on the The Today Show for her Naked Inbox workshop, which helps people declutter their email inboxes. Penn has been featured in Real Simple Magazine, Oh Joy!, DesignLoveFest, and more, and has collaborated on projects with Style by Emily Henderson and Apartment Therapy. She has further connections to Houzz, The Huffington Post, Ban.do, Pop Sugar, The Body Book blog, "Elise Gets Crafty" Podcast, The OWN Show, the LA Times, Poketo, Room + Board, West Elm, The Unique Space, The Unique CAMP and Yellow Conference. Discover more about Beth at www.Bneatobar.com or on Twitter and Instagram @bneatobar