13 Responses to “100 Thing Challenge”


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  1. I will be looking for this book at the library for sure. Thank you!

  2. I am so glad you did a review of this! I have wanted to read it, but also wanted to avoid buying something else! You have definitely drawn me in and now I have to read it!
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  3. I love that more and more people are embracing minimalism as I can’t imagine being happy without it. Things stress me out, and it is inspiring to read Dave and your(Courtney’s) stories.

    Thank you.

  4. Ditto, ditto, ditto and ditto. I can’t type enough dittoes to express how much your review and feelings about the book (and Dave himself) echo what I think too. It’s a great book to refresh the minimalist senses and I have a feeling I’ll be reading it again in a few weeks to refresh some of his ideas in my head.

  5. Great review. I can’t wait to read it! And darn, I was hoping for your book… ;)

  6. Oops, I looked in the wrong post. Does your 100 thing Challenge special bonus offer still stand? I enrolled for the A list boot camp starting Sunday. Super excited!

    Keep up the good work.


  7. I love this idea. Clutter equals stress. The more clutter the higher your stress goes. Yet most of us are frogs in boiling water, only it’s been happening gradually so we haven’t noticed the heat rising.

    Yes, cleaning out is the best thing to do. Understanding what works for you is another key factor. I just cleaned out my garage and my house for anything I haven’t used in the last few months. Held a yard sale and now have much more space. Love the feeling.

    You can also check out my website for tips to helping you get organized.

    Great post, thanks for sharing!


  8. What an interesting concept! I love the idea of getting rid of stuff, and downsizing. We have done that to fit into our Motorhome. But to have 100 things??? With four boys and one hubby who collects things just in case – interesting. I am so going to look out for the book.

  9. Dennis "Bondo"

    I’ve had a stirring inside me for over 18 yrs. to live this life style and only started a year ago. I knew I’d feel freer but didn’t realize how much of a reward it was that less truly equaled more. I am happier and mentally, spiritually & emotionally healthier than In my name have ever been. I’m single, no children, 51 yrs. Old, own my jeep, a motorcycle, and paid off 5 credit cards worth of debit with a salary of less than 20,000. It can be done, but you have to move past the fear and peer pressure that tell you not to go that way!

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