The Domestic Archaeologist
By Stephen Ilott
The Domestic Archaeologist does what any good archaeologist does, digging through the accumulated layers of detritus to uncover patterns and life that have been lost over time. This is about reclaiming your life from the billion things and to-do’s that have buried you alive.
In this book Stephen asks us to dig into our lives. Not just our physical junk, but our emotional and mental rubble that has brought us to the point where we’ve bought a book on organizing. The Domestic Archaeologist asks us to look beyond the clutter to see the bigger picture, the bigger context, and our bigger goals.
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