Less Is More: How To Live With Less Stuff For Greater Health And Happiness

| November 29, 2015

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Less Is More: How To Live With Less Stuff For Greater Health And Happiness (Minimal Living, Minimalist Living Tips)

If you want to learn how adopting the principles of Minimalism can give you freedom, control, and a sense of peace and well-being again, then this book is for you!

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If you’re feeling overwhelmed, stressed out, or tied down by the sheer amount of “stuff” around you, then shifting to a minimalist mindset may be exactly the solution you’re looking for. Minimalism is a concept that can give you freedom and help you gain control again over your out-of-control environment. Minimalism is about being the happy monarch of your own kingdom – your space and surroundings – and ruling it the way you want, rather than letting your land rule you. It is not about living with less than a certain number of items, or keeping only what can fit in a backpack, and it’s certainly not a one-size-fits-all solution. The goal here is to live with what you need and what makes you happy, rather than being surrounded by mounds of items that serve no specific purpose in your life. While this may be a difficult journey, think of it as a cleansing of your soul. Regardless of the reason you choose to practice Minimalism, there is a very simple reason that it is addictive for those who have chosen this path – it works!

Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn…

  • Correcting Misconceptions about Minimalism
  • Getting Started With Minimalist Practices
  • Reasons to Choose Minimalism
  • Adopting a Mental Minimalist Attitude
  • Tips for Physical Cleaning and De-Cluttering
  • Much, much more!

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