Book Review: Hinch Yourself Happy

Plot:

Transform your home — and your life — with cleaning, tidying, and decluttering tips from British housekeeping sensation Mrs. Hinch.

Cleaning (aka “hinching”) doesn’t have to be a dreaded chore — not when Mrs Hinch is here to show you her sparkly ways!
Often called the “British Marie Kondo,” Mrs. Hinch is a domestic guru who has taken the world by storm with her infectiously addictive charm, clever tidying tips, and passionate belief in the healing power of cleaning. In Hinch Yourself Happy, she makes cleaning glamorous and fun, and explains how it’s a brilliant way to taper anxiety and manage your mental health.
Inside you’ll find out: How cleaning can soothe anxiety and stress Mrs Hinch’s must-have cleaning supplies Step-by-step guides to hinching your home And so much more! With the help of her favorite tools and products — including Dave the Duster and Shannon the Shark (her trusty vacuum cleaner) — Mrs Hinch will show you how to truly make your house a home. Whether you’re a daily scrubber or simply looking for a monthly household makeover, Hinch Yourself Happy will help you create a cleaner house and a calmer you.
If you want your kitchen to sparkle like Meghan Markle, then this is the book for you!

Review:

Firstly, I did not know who this woman really was until I started reading it.

In one of my jobs [as I currently write this review], I have seen her or heard about her everywhere and always rolled my eyes as all these fans are very obsessed with a woman who shows herself cleaning around the house.

I didn’t read the blurb for this book nor did I do any research on the author. I just went in with my assumptions that this novel is probably about cleaning tips that’s about it. I finally went on Instagram after I started the book and was surprised to see a young woman with an exceptional, modern and carefully decorated house!
I feel like my lack of prior knowledge about the author worked in my favor as I got to see her vulnerable, behind the camera side in this novel first.

She comes across as a really sweet, honest and genuine woman who doesn’t shy away from talking about the difficult parts of her life. Her cleaning tips sound great in theory and maybe I’ll even try a few out in one of my non lazy days when I get my own place.

I’m totally one of those people that wants a clean house but can’t be bothered to break my back doing it.

The only ‘negative’ part for me in this entire book is Mrs Hinch’s excessive use of plastic and non environment friendly packaging for all the cleaning products. I appreciate that she’s addressed and even tried to create a sense of responsibility to recycle what she recommends.

3/5 Stars!

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