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90 Lessons for living large
in 90 square feet (...or more)
Could you live in an apartment with 90 square feet of floor space, the area approximately the same as a Honda Accord?
Could you do it for five years? And could you be happy? I could. And I was. A YouTube video of my astonishing use of space went viral with over 25 million views. My highly organized approach, gleaned from more than 25 years as a professional organizer, prepared me for the challenge of a tiny space, smack in the middle of Manhattan, where the city itself became her “extra rooms.” 90 Lessons is a “want to” guide on how to “live large” in any size space, the message being: eliminate clutter and focus on the things that matter. Whether you live in 90 or 9,000 square feet, this book will be of real practical and immediate value.
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Me in that tiny space!
praise for 90 lessons
"It’s not the advice, however, that animates the book, but Cohen’s optimism and exuberance... Cohen’s ability to reframe seeming deprivation into liberation infuses her organizing hints with a luminous quality. Readers won’t just shed their shoes; they’ll reclaim their souls."
"Felice dispenses words of wisdom about breaking free from our materialistic nature and making the most of the things (and the space) that we have."
"90 Lessons is ... packed with immediately actionable tips to improve your space and your life. Felice is a fantastic storyteller, and it was great to learn the story behind the person in the YouTube video."
"Readers who seek to downsize and simplify not just physical elements but attitudes revolving around possessions will find 90 Lessons a powerful starting point for success."
—D. Donovan, Midwest Book Review
Best How To Book Award, New York Festival 2017
Best Self Help Book, Pacific Book Review 2016
General Non-Fiction, New England Book Festival Award 2016
Book Award (UK) Adult Non-Fiction, Wishing Shelf 2016
Non-Fiction, Next Generation Indie Book Award 2017
Self-Improvement: Motivational, Bookvana 2016
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