Renegade Health Radio: “The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up” Book Review Podcast #50

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In this episode:
Can decluttering truly “change your life?” We review Marie Kondo’s book, “The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up.”

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Frederic Patenaude

Frederic Patenaude has been an important influence in the raw food and natural health movement since he started writing and publishing in 1998, first by being the editor of Just Eat an Apple magazine. He is the author of over 20 books, including The Raw Secrets, the Sunfood Cuisine and Raw Food Controversies. Since 2013 he’s been the Editor-in-Chief of Renegade Health.

Frederic loves to relentlessly debunk nutritional myths. He advocates a low-fat, plant-based diet and has had over 10 years of experience with raw vegan diets. He lives in Montreal, Canada.

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  1. IH says:

    I know the book of Mari Kondo and I think it is a great book. It certainly can be life changing if your environment is chaos and you are willing to be radical to get out of that situation. I haven’t applied her system yet since our house is very tidy already and I’m not the only one living in it but if I had my way I would have gone her way. Some time I know we will but at the moment I have to appreciate that I live with other members of the family that may not want to go all the way yet. They have come along though.

    The question I always ask myself when I think I should get rid of something is: “Did I miss it?” If the answer is NO I just get rid of it

  2. Larkspur says:

    Being tidy is one thing; throwing out posessions is another. I hate going into a house without books, magazines , newspapers or interesting objects maybe enen handed down through the generations – otherwise, one might as well live in a hotel or a new estate ‘show home.’ I have family heirlooms over 200 years old including a teapot, a loving cup, a portait of my great, great, great grandfather – a ship’s captain – and his ship in the background.

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