This audiobook will introduce you to the minimalist lifestyle and provide you with strategies that you can apply in your life. Not only will you learn how to simplify, organize, and declutter your physical and external world, but you will also learn various techniques to simplify, organize, and declutter the internal aspects of your life as well.
Practical Tips for Organization
Even though minimalism is more than just limiting and organizing your possessions, those points do need to be addressed. In the upcoming chapters you’ll be given specific steps to help you gain control over your space and possessions. Don’t worry, this isn’t one of those preachy, “you must give away everything you own except for exactly 50 items” type of books. This book is here to remind you of the things you already know, give you some specific tips that point you in the right direction, and encourage you along the way. It’s more important for you to start reaping the benefits of a minimalist lifestyle, than it is to try to live by some arbitrary and rigid set of rules.
Minimalism is not just about things, it's about living!
If you feel at all overwhelmed, chaotic, or stressed know that there is hope. When you set out to simplify your life in meaningful ways you will find that you have a better, happier, and more fulfilling journey ahead of you. It does come at a cost, even though temporary. You must be willing to take the necessary steps to rid your life of what has been holding you back and bringing stress into your life. No matter how great your life is today, you can make it better with just a little bit of conscience effort -and it will be worth it.
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By Bubba on 18-07-15
This is the number one step in developing a minimalist life. In the book it list many creative steps in ways to accomplish development a Great for everyone.
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By Ruth Y Pennington on 18-04-16
A simple guide to having less.
A little disappointing. A lot of information that I have already learned. It may just that the timing of the book having listened to many books on minimalism. 1 thing I really liked was the concept of going SLOW and creating a new way of life. Taking baby steps so as not to be overwhelmed.