Learn how to be happier with less, declutter, and simplify your life TODAY! A 'minimalist' guide that will give you more peace of mind and freedom. This book has lots of actionable information on how to simplify your life by embracing minimalism. "Simplicity, clarity, singleness: These are the attributes that give our lives power and vividness and joy as they are also theLearn how to be happier with less, declutter, and simplify your life TODAY! A 'minimalist' guide that will give you more peace of mind and freedom. This book has lots of actionable information on how to simplify your life by embracing minimalism. "Simplicity, clarity, singleness: These are the attributes that give our lives power and vividness and joy as they are also the marks of great art." –Richard Holloway When Holloway uttered these words, he may as well have been talking about minimalism. Minimalism is the art of living a more fulfilling life with only the things you need. It is about having less mental, emotional, and physical clutter, negative thoughts patterns and ‘busyness’, while having more time and space for things that really matter to you. The underlying idea or concept seems easy. However, living a minimal life is hard especially in our modern society where having more is the ‘in’ thing. In the world we live in, we barely have time to pay attention to what we need. As a result, we have lost touch with ourselves and in the process, lost our values. This has created a void within us; a void we try to close with more stuff, more activities, and more company. Minimalism is a way to return to consciousness of choices and start living with intention. By adopting minimalism, you will live a more rewarding life. If you do not know where to start, you do not need to rake your brain anymore. This book is the ultimate minimalism guide and the only book you need to learn what minimalism is and how to integrate it into your life! Here’s a Preview of What You’ll Learn... What is minimalism How to become a minimalist How to create a minimalistic home The principles of minimalist living How to detach yourself from material belongings How to focus on what truly adds value to your life ….and much more! People who practice minimalism experience clarity, peace of mind, stronger relationships, and true lasting happiness. You too can experience the amazing benefits of becoming a minimalist by taking action and getting the book now! ...
|Title||:||Minimalist: A Minimalist Guide To Do More With Less To Simplify Your Life|
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|Number of Pages||:||54 Pages|
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Minimalist: A Minimalist Guide To Do More With Less To Simplify Your Life Reviews
I've been adopting a more minimalist lifestyle for the past year now, and it's worked wonders. My boyfriend was quite the hoarder...we've taken out dozens of trash bags, and made several trips to our goodwill store to donate! It started when I began to feel unsettled a year after I moved in with him. A clean space is highly important to me; I'm motivated or demotivated by my environment. Room after room in our house had so much...stuff! Stuff that was old, stuff that was not needed, so I decided it needed to go! This book is a simple starter guide to begin a less cluttered lifestyle. Its easy to follow steps are encouraging, and since it's not wordy, you'll spend less time reading, and more time decluttering!If I may quote a small section here, this about sums it up- "Minimalism is not easy (at first) but it is possible and very easy, once you settle into it. Once you settle into it, you will realize how much time you wasted holding on to the wrong things."
This is a good, short introduction for people new to minimalism. Not very deep, but provides a solid outline of some basic principles and guidelines. While there's really nothing you couldn't find online, it's useful to have information in one place, especially if you don't know where to start.She does get rather prescriptive at times, especially with regards to the minimalist home (interior design is a passion of mine). I know visual clutter is an issue for some people, but at the end of the day, but a small, sparsely-furnished house with a few MacKenzie-Childs pieces is way more minimalist than a McMansion crammed with stuff from BoConcept. Although the author is Danish, so that's probably more of a cultural difference.The writing can be awkward and wordy, which occasionally trips up your reading.
This short book is minimalist and offers concise actions items for focusing on the things one needs and uses rather than coping with all the excess things so many of us deal with daily. I think there are many books like this out there but what stands out for me is the author's idea that everyone's vision of what is 'minimal' is individual. There's no need to copy anyone else's version as it is strictly a personal decision. That being said, some particular concepts are offered and seem reasonable. This is a good resource focusing on getting to minimalist and the challenge of keeping it that way.
I've really been interested in and recently also practising minimalism. It's a big subject to dive in, but I've found it to be quite life-changing so far. This short book is about introducing the meaning of minimalism and a quick guide about how to start. It's straight-forward and gives a good idea about the subject. But for me it didn't teach much more, than I already know about it. All in all it was a good read.
I could have just read the title to each chapter. I appreciate this book, it is very simple (minimalistic). If you are not in that mindset, and do not practice minimalism already this will feel boring and to the point with little detail. Honestly I could find a infographic on Pinterest with more information about minimalism .. I don’t recommend this book.
I learned a lot from this book. It really opened my eyes to the perspective of minimalism. I've always had problems with clutter and getting distracted from a messy environment. This has helped me reorganize my house, have more clarity and peace of mind. worth a read
Very concise book that has got me motivated to live a more minimalist lifestyle. It made me realize how important our environment is and a good reminder of how much our mindset impacts our lives. Thanks Olivia for the great book :)
Awkwardly wordy, Nothing new in contentThis is incredibly wordy yet says very little with some bizarre typos like "de-clattering" which appears in several places. The content is nothing that you haven't read in every other book about minimalism. There are many better written books on the subject.