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If simplicity is an art then Dominique Loreau is a master Having lived in Japan for many years and inspired by oriental philosophy Dominique Loreau discovered the beauty of a life well lived through the art of simplicity Her lifestyle rests on the principle of 'less is ' and imbues all areas of existence from the material to the spiritualShe captured her philosophy in the groundbreaking L'art de la Simplicité which was a massive best seller in her native France and is now available in the English language for the first timeSimplify your home empty your wardrobe abandon compulsive purchases eatfrugally but better take care of your body and mind From the art of feeling well in your home to the art of feeling well in your body this compelling and elegant book will transform your life and take you on an empowering journey to happinessYou will feel energisedconfident and free You will discover the essence of being truly alive and how to live acentred life One full of real pleasure clarity and satisfaction If simplicity is an art then Dominique Loreau is a master Having lived in Japan for many years and inspired by oriental philosophy Dominique Loreau discovered the beauty of a life well lived through the art of simplicity Her lifestyle rests on the principle of 'less is ' and imbues all areas of existence from the material to the spiritualShe captured her philosophy in the groundbreaking L'art de la Simplicité which was a massive best seller in her native France and is now available in the English language for the first timeSimplify your home empty your wardrobe abandon compulsive purchases eatfrugally but better take care of your body and mind From the art of feeling well in your home to the art of feeling well in your body this compelling and elegant book will transform your life and take you on an empowering journey to happinessYou will feel energisedconfident and free You will discover the essence of being truly alive and how to live acentred life One full of real pleasure clarity and satisfaction If simplicity is an art then Dominique Loreau is a master Having lived in Japan for many years and inspired by oriental philosophy Dominique Loreau discovered the beauty of a life well lived through the art of simplicity Her lifestyle rests on the principle of 'less is ' and imbues all areas of existence from the material to the spiritualShe captured her philosophy in the groundbreaking L'art de la Simplicité which was a massive best seller in her native France and is now available in the English language for the first timeSimplify your home empty your wardrobe abandon compulsive purchases eatfrugally but better take care of your body and mind From the art of feeling well in your home to the art of feeling well in your body this compelling and elegant book will transform your life and take you on an empowering journey to happinessYou will feel energisedconfident and free You will discover the essence of being truly alive and how to live acentred life One full of real pleasure clarity and satisfaction


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  1. says:

    This started well for me I love reading about alternative lifestyles and looked forward to this author's account of living frugally and yet with class Upper class it turned out Sadly I have neither the time nor money to put many of her ideas into practise swapping my belongings for the finest money can buy being one idea Having a hot bath followed by cold shower and getting my imperfections professionally treated being among the othersHalf way through the book the author's preachy repetitive tone started to get to me I got increasingly befuddled by the contradictions do I drink sparkling water or avoid carbonated drinks? Do I use spices or avoid spices? Do I fast or avoid being over hungry? Do I eat one portion of carbs a day or six? Do I live frugally or replace my knitwear with pure cashmere? Her ideas lacked depth I'm sure I'd wear my hair in a chignon if I knew what one was And I still wouldn't know what my 'unique oil' was if it came up and tapped me on the shoulderBy the final chapter my relationship with the author felt like a friendship that had gone toxic because she had got too involved in my life and become controlling and obsessive I closed the book and just had to rebel a bit by wearing a cheap garish jumper and eating a family packet of Monster Munch I rejoiced in how my clutter reflects my personality and felt a bit like I'd narrowly escaped a cult