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A Life Less Throwaway

eAudiobook
Tara Button / Tara Button
READ BY THE AUTHORNow more than ever we live in a society where we covet new and shiny things. Not only has consumption risen dramatically over the last 60 years but we are damaging the environment at the same time. That is why buying quality and why Tara Button’s Buy Me Once brand has such popular appeal.Tara Button has become a champion of a lifestyle called ‘mindful curation’ - a way of living in which we carefully choose each object in our lives making sure we have the best most classic most pleasing and longest lasting - kettles desks pots & pans scissors coats and dresses instead of surrounding ourselves with throwaway stuff and appliances with built-in obsolescence. Tara advocates a life that celebrates what lasts what is classic and what really suits a person.There are 10 steps to master mindful curation and each is explained in this book from understanding and using techniques to freeing yourself from external manipulations. Finding your purpose and priorities and identifying your core tastes and style. Learning how to let go of the superfluous and how to make wise choices going forwards.Mindful curation is a lifestyle choice that will make you happier healthier and more fulfilled spiritual as well as helping save the planet.In A Life Less Throwaway Tara Button takes us on a journey of self-help and personal growth teaching us the art of mindful curation. She guides us in making wise choices focusing on sustainable and green living and finding happiness in the simplicity of quality over quantity.For fans of Joshua Becker (The More of Less) Mark Wolynn (It Didn't Start With You) Aja Barber (Consumed) Susannah Constantine (Ready For Absolutely Nothing) and Meik Wiking (The Little Book of Hygge).


  • Published by HarperCollins UK
  • Fiction/Non-FictionNon Fiction
  • Genre General NonFiction
  • Target Audience Adult
  • Released 8th February 2018
  • Duration 07 Hrs. 05 Mins.
  • ISBN 9780008217730