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Minimalist Living: Decluttering for Joy, Health, and Creativity

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    Cluttered desk? Stuffed closet? Stressed-out life? Most of us know the weight of too much stuff. We can avoid it for a while, but when it's time to move house or reorganize, we can't escape facing our clutter.  Your excess stuff can hold you back and make you sick.…
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Cluttered desk? Stuffed closet? Stressed-out life?

Most of us know the weight of too much stuff. We can avoid it for a while, but when it’s time to move house or reorganize, we can’t escape facing our clutter. 

Your excess stuff can hold you back and make you sick. Having stuff we don’t use or enjoy is a burden, a waste of money, and importantly, it doesn’t spark joy. If your rooms, closets, and surfaces are filled with clutter, all your unneeded possessions can get in the way of a full experience of life as it was meant to be lived.

Minimalist Living covers not only techniques for decluttering but how doing so can fill your newfound space with meaningful and creative activities that add joy to your life and support your goals.

You have the power to bring serenity, clarity, creativity, and more joy to your life with minimalist living. This audiobook, now updated for 2020, will show you how.

In Minimalist Living, you will discover:

  • Why you should define your own sense of minimalism
  • How to create your “minimalist mission statement”
  • How to use the techniques of “blazing” and “gazing” to declutter
  • Why decluttering now can lead to a happier, healthier, and more creative life
  • How to deal with sentimental items without losing their meaning
  • What is the amazing connection between minimalism and living your soul’s deepest purpose
  • And much more…

If you want to experience the powerful de-stressing and pro-health benefits of minimalism, get this book now.

“It’s not just a book of helpful tips to overcome our tendencies to consume and to hoard; it’s a book for anybody who wants to reflect on how they can pursue happiness in a world, where everything is conspiring to make us think happiness lies in our power as consumers to buy what we want.” (Dr. Philip J. Harold, Associate Dean, School of Education and Social Sciences, RMU)