Somewhere along the way, I learned to Unf*ck my habitat and he learned to... f*ck his up a bit.
This book is something I wish I had pre-marriage. Hoffman gives tips to live a tidier life without the air of superiority that seems to exist in every other self-help book on the planet. It doesn't matter how many times they tell you "we've all been there!" it just doesn't seem like they have. Hoffman seriously writes from this really rare judgement free zone and I love it!
She provides real, tangible, measurable, and doable suggestions for changing your habits and gives you information on implementing them despite other barriers. She specifically talks about living with family, roommates, and spouses and how that might help or hinder your journey in Unf*cking your Habitat which I think could be very helpful for a lot of people who might not have total control over their living situation.
There are few people I wouldn't recommend this book to!
- No marathon cleaning/cleaning associated with anxiety (that realization was a punch in the feels)
- Clean... the inside... of my kettle?