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Organized Simplicity by Tsh Oxenreider
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Dec 20, 13

bookshelves: nonfiction, reviewed
Read on January 12, 2012

Eh. 1.5 stars.

For every hundred suggestions, maybe five of them were useful. The rest were either common sense or unworkable for my situation. The ten-day plan is fundamentally ableist in that it requires more physical exertion in a day than many even mildly disabled people can accomplish in two weeks running. Also annoying is the use of the rhetorical "we" in the beginning of the book, in which she preaches a sermon on what all is wrong with the world today. I found myself wondering what planet she lives on and desperately wishing her editor had insisted on I-statements.
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