I just checked it out from the library, and would love to discuss! I'm totally not one for sitting down and reading actual books with chapters, so I did a lot of skimming through so far, reading all the highlighted quotes.
I'm feeling so guilty now, my dh has recently become a part-time professor at a couple schools and has two other side jobs, and it's proven to be way too much for him. It'd be very easy to adjust our income just by teaching one less class or something. I suppose I always thought the only solution would be to find another way to pick up some income, but what if we just seriously found a way to slash some of our spending, then a lower income wouldn't matter. But what to cut. Anyways, it's gotten me thinking on how I can try to make things better so he's happier and has actual free time to spend with us.
Also, as I'm sure many of the ladies here probly did too, I quickly jumped to the "clutter chapter". It was an eye-opener that it was just one tiny chapter, towards the end of the book. Sometimes I feel that simplifiying my life is about physically simplifying things. Maybe I feel like my brain cannot begin to process any other aspect of simplifying my life when the literal horizon is distracting with stuff.