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Minimalism Living: Minimalist Living Principles for a Simpler Existence

Narrated by: Daniel David Shapiro
Length: 26 mins
Categories: Self Development, How-To
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Decluttering your mind and creating peace is simpler than you might think!

If you were looking for a very brief overview of minimalism living, without the fluff, full of actionable steps - than this book might be the perfect thing for you!

Stress from work and other activities, if left unwatched, can at times overwhelm any individual. Most often than not, people get so overwhelmed with tasks that they mentally postpone the very vital activity that involve the organization of their "activities". They often perceive decluttering as the least important of all things. Therefore, they feel decluttering can wait while they attend to more important things. But what could be more important than having a sane mind and a well-organized environment? I will leave you to ponder on that.

Another set of people simply do not like the idea of minimalism. They see minimalism from a negative point of view. Due to the joy and excitement that comes with acquiring new property, many people frown at the idea of minimalism. Their assumption is that a minimalist lifestyle is boring and uninteresting.

Such perception of minimalism is simply wrong!

this is because minimalism is simply the act of removing whatever is not adding value to your life to create space for more important ones. It is just living a simple life. A minimalist lifestyle is not all about decluttering one's home, owing few things and having a capsule wardrobe. It is about having a clearer mind that is free from a lot of disruptions and irrelevant tasks that eventually let you make prudent and sound decisions.

Inside Minimialism Living you'll learn:

  • Who is a minimalist and why you should think of becoming one too
  • The Basic Minimalist Principles
  • Decluttering your mind and freeing up mental space.
  • Rules for decluttering your schedule
  • How to declutter your home today!
  • How to take action now!

Eliminating things that do not benefit you, while simply living with things that are important and keeps you happy, this is what minimalism is all about.

Minimalism can also mean reducing information received. Not all information we get is useful. That is why being selective on theinformation you assimilate is very crucial.

©2017 Gal Rubin (P)2017 Gal Rubin

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