Opis książki:In this groundbreaking book, trend forecaster James Wallman reveals the worlds growing sense of Stuffocation - and how we can move away from it Like The Tipping Point meets Freakonomics - but with a huge idea at its heart Sunday Times We have more stuff than we could ever need - clothes we dont wear, kit we dont use, and toys we dont play with.
But having everything wethought we wanted isntmaking us happier. Its badfor the planet. Its clutteringup our homes. Its makingus feel stuffocated andstressed - and it might evenbe killing us.
In this groundbreaking book, trend forecaster James Wallman finds that a rising number of people are turning their backs on all-you-can-get consumption, from the telecoms exec whos sold almost everything he owns, to the well-off family who have moved into a remote mountain cabin.
Wallmans solution to our clutter crisis is less extreme, but equally fundamental. We have to transform what we value. We have to focus less on possessions and more on experiences. Rather than a new watch or another pair of shoes, we should invest in shared experiences like holidays and time with friends.
With intriguing insights on psychology, economics and culture, Stuffocation is a vital manifesto for change. It has inspired those who have read it to be happier and healthier, and to live more, with less.
Książka "Stuffocation" - James Wallman - oprawa miękka - Wydawnictwo Penguin Books Ltd (UK). Książka posiada 358 stron i została wydana w 2015 r.