Set mostly at a theme park, The Five People You Meet in Heaven is an easy read, supposedly “feel good”. It almost reads like a kid’s book which is sometimes a nice change, although it kinda reeks of “there’s a moral to this story” all the way through.
I’ve never read Marie Kondo’s book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organising. It’s safe to say I never will. Cleaning up just isn’t a topic I want to learn more about. But the gist of the book, from what I’ve heard, is pretty good. It goes something like this: put your hands on everything you own, ask yourself if it sparks joy, and if it doesn’t, thank it for its service and get rid of it. Continue reading “The 100 Page Challenge”