Use these powerful practical tips to immediately eliminate stress and anxiety and begin to embrace minimalism in your life today!
We mistakenly believe that the more stuff we have, the happier we'll be. But this is the furthest thing from the truth. Material possessions don't bring happiness or meaning into our lives.
By becoming a minimalist, you will understand that it's pointless to spend your life chasing possessions. You will learn to rejoice in what you have. Also, you'll realize that the most expensive things in life don't have price tags and are within every one's reach.
Minimalism gives you back freedom that money and possessions steal. It also gives you time to spend on what matters to you. As if not enough, it takes away all your worries.
What you will learn from this book:
Why you should buy this book:
In this book, I will show you how to become a minimalist. This will mostly involve identifying things you don't need and eliminating them from your life.
Discover how the mindset and philosophy of minimalism can take back your time, life, energy, and well-being. A mindset tested over thousands of years with powerful results!
You will be given step-by-step methods and hacks to freedom from consumerism, clutter, stress, and simple living. You will learn practical strategies to help you achieve a higher level of freedom and time wealth than ever before!
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If you're like me, an hour of my time is worth more than the cost of this book, ergo I would have paid the same amount to not have spent any time at all on even finding this book.
Biggest irritation ......Audible should require a warning prior to purchase that "this book contains religious / personal lifestyle choices of the author disguised as a self help program."
Next, I object to an author telling me I should help minimize my children's lifestyle, which I already agree with, then "suggest" I get rid of their toys and games except perhaps the ones that teach them coordination. First, why not also the learning games? Worst offense, what about a child's favorite game and or toy? How about working with the child to decide what's most important to them and what they don't really need or use?
All my objections boil down how patronizing the author is. I don't think there is one fresh idea mentioned here and any that MAY have been fresh were so common sense I couldn't believe she actually put them in a book!
DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME. That's what I get for trying some self help.....back to my Sci Fi books.
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