A Life Less Throwaway: The Lost Art of Buying for Life (Paperback)

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With the whole world trying to convince us to spend our way to happiness, we’ve been left cluttered, stressed, and unfulfilled. Tara Button, founder of BuyMeOnce, is at the forefront of the global movement to change the way we shop and live forever. Tara advocates a life of mindful buying that celebrates what lasts, giving you exercises that help you curb impulses, ignore trends, and discover your true style. 

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A revolutionary guide to the art of mindful buying that will teach you how to resist cheaply made goods and make smart, fulfilling purchases that last a lifetime.

With the whole world trying to convince us to spend our way to happiness, we’ve been left cluttered, stressed, and unfulfilled. Tara Button, founder of BuyMeOnce, is at the forefront of the global movement to change the way we shop and live forever. Tara advocates a life of mindful buying that celebrates what lasts, giving you exercises that help you curb impulses, ignore trends, and discover your true style. Once a shopaholic herself, her groundbreaking mindful curation method reveals the amazing benefits of buying for life and will help you:

  • Spot the tricks that make you overspend
  • De-clutter your home
  • Find the products that serve you best
  • Rediscover the art of keeping and caring for things
  • Find happiness, success, and self-worth, beyond buying
More Information
ISBN 9780399582516
Length (cm) 12.0000
Width (cm) 2.0000
Height (cm) 20.0000
Publisher Ten Speed Press
Publication Date Jun 19, 2018
Pages (number) 304
Genre Crafts, Hobbies & Home
Author Tara Button
Signed No
Format Trade Paperback
Editorial Reviews

"I love the idea behind Buy Me Once." - Ashton Kutcher, actor and activist

"...promises a more contented way of living and rages amusingly against planned obsolescence, fast furniture, weaselly advertising and cunning shop design. It also offers tips on curating and caring for your possessions, as well as ad-blocking." - The Sunday Times

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