Uncluttered: Free Your Space, Free Your Schedule, Free Your SoulCourtney EllisRose Publishing / 2019 / Trade Paperback$9.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 29 Reviews
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At Grandma's Place5 Stars Out Of 5Of less and of MoreApril 13, 2019At Grandma's PlaceQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Almost everyone you meet struggles with the same clutter and disorganisation at home and in the workplace. We have so much stuff, so much that society tells us we desperately need to live and function, so much that is pushed on us by advertising and social media. But we're suffocating in it. It's controlling and overwhelming our lives.
And sure, tidying up your kitchen, your bedroom, your office, your garage, or your business, is helpful. But it's only a part of our real problem. Our lives need a complete overhaul, not just of our possessions and our homes. Our lives and the focus of our daily activities need cleaning up. And Courtney Ellis's book, Uncluttered, provides helpful guidance and ideas. Courtney suggests that our deepest need is to declutter, slow down, simplify life so that you can find yourself and remember what it really means to be a child of God.
Then she follows with practical ways to do just that. No. It's not a holier-than-thou 'you need to do this' advice. With warmth and humour, she shows what she and her husband are trying to do, and why, and sometimes how she's failed and had to start again.. fun to read and wholly relatable for families with growing kids.
I'd recommend this book to anyone. We've been sold the idea that our family, our lives, our entire self-worth are all caught up in the importance of things we have and the busyness of the things we do. Uncluttered is an encouragement for everyone to slow down long enough to see God in their lives and be reminded of His truth so that we can become the kind of people that God created us to be.
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Kim5 Stars Out Of 5UnclutteredFebruary 25, 2019KimQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5My world has been rocked! Reading this book has shocked me out of my familiar ruts and shown me how much the culture has taken over my thinking. Expect to be blown away! Going in, I thought this was a book on decluttering and organizing "stuff." I had no idea...Thank you, Cortney Ellis for waking me out of my spiritual slumber! God bless you!
Dana H5 Stars Out Of 5Unclutter your home, head, and heartFebruary 1, 2019Dana HSo many resolutions revolve around getting organized. Uncluttered is a great book to help you accomplish that resolution. My favorite thing about Uncluttered is not just the great and practical advice that Courtney delivers effortlessly with straightforwardness and humor, but also that the book dives deeper than just physical clutter. Courtney delves into what it means to be mentally and spiritually uncluttered and how we can realistically achieve that goal.
Abbey W5 Stars Out Of 5A great thought-provoking read, and still very approachable and grace-filledFebruary 1, 2019Abbey WQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Re-order your life and stuff according to God's priorities? It sounds hard, if not impossible, not to mention boring. Courtney Ellis artfully tackles this subject to dispel these myths and shows us the fruit that God wants to give us in a more joy-filled and purposeful life. This is a challenging but grace-filled guide on how to make space for God in all aspects of our lives. Ellis's approach is of a kindred spirit walking alongside and encouraging us to simplify and give more of ourselves to our loving God.
I highly recommend it to anyone who has ever felt overwhelmed by the "stuff" of life and is looking for a more practical and authentic way to live out their faith in Jesus.
Abrilita5 Stars Out Of 5Opening to GraceFebruary 1, 2019AbrilitaQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Relatable and hilarious, yet seriously convicting - Courtney Ellis' 'Uncluttered' will change you. Opening to the grace of simplicity and sabbath sometimes seems insurmountable in our current culture. Here is a example of a path forward for anyone. What a gift.