Book Reviews of A Place Called Simplicity

A Place Called Simplicity
A Place Called Simplicity
Author: Claire Cloninger
ISBN-13: 9781565070561
ISBN-10: 1565070569
Publication Date: 7/1993
Pages: 209
Rating:
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 11 ratings
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
Book Type: Paperback
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I have read this book and it is excellent in getting you to think about simplifying your life!
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How much is enough? Ms. Cloninger is a gifted writer who challenges us to simplify our lives so that we can have more, rather than less, of the things that are important.
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This is an excellently written book on reclaiming the inner simplicity we all crave. Found it so exciting I had to reread it. Really struck a chord with me and im sure many other Americans caught up in the rat race of today world of more more more. What we really need is to choose less. Highly recommend this book to anyone caught in the struggle of not enough time, not enough money, piles of clutter and basic discontent.
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My life is cluttered with so much that I feel overpowered with just being wife, full time job, going to church, volunteering, etc. I read this book and finally decided that I am in control of my life. It doesn't control me- Had humongous(sp) garage sale and got rid of all of the stuff that everyone said I had to keep- looked at my life and made changes also.

I was really impressed with this book and recommend for everyone that breathes!

I even wrote the author---Now that is a good book! :}
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This was a wonderful read for folks who are interested in slowing down the pace of their lives and living simpler. It offers a lot of food for thought.
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So wonderful. I've read and re-read this one.