Minimalist Living: The Ultimate Minimalist Guide

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Minimalist Living: The Ultimate Minimalist Guide

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Minimalist Living: The Ultimate Minimalist Guide: How To Live Simple, Create Habits For Success And Make Amazing Lasting Changes In Your Life

This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to successfully live as a happy minimalist and focus on what truly makes a life full of quality and value.

We make decisions in our lives on a day-to-day basis that impact how we perceive ourselves as – people who try to define their successes through achievements and personal goals. However, many of us end up feeling discontent, regardless of much material possession we surround ourselves with. In this book, we discuss how contentment and the idea of success is a matter of reassessing what adds the most value in our lives while removing the things that weigh us down. Living lean is a lifestyle that requires a bit of structure, which is something that we will dive into here, among other things like assessing quality, exercising your will to be free, and how to sustain a simple but happy life. Minimalist Living is a call for clarity, and it helps figure out how to make space for the most important things in our lives. 

Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn...
Understanding Minimalism
The Art of Letting Go (and the science behind it)
About "Quality Over Quantity" (and why it is important)
Exercising Minimalism
After The Hard Part, And What To Do Next
Much, much more!

Understanding Minimalism
"A man should have a healthy relationship with his possessions, and that means getting into the right mindset about them, and then not thinking about them.  - Brett McKay, The Art of Manliness”

First things first: this book is not just about ridding yourself of worldly possessions so you can live a happy life. That’s part of it, but you’ll find that it is also a lot more than that. Minimalism, like a lot of other ideologies out there, is not a sprint, but a marathon.  So for those who are expecting something akin to a Buzzfeed article where you learn the “Ten Best Hacks To Make Your Life A Whole Lot Simpler”, well, you’re in for a bit of a surprise, to say the least. However, I urge you to continue reading, as there really is more to Minimalism than its most basic tenet.

Now that that’s out of the way, let me tell you something about what Minimalism really is, and what it could be for you.

Minimalism advocate Joshua Fields-Millburn said it best in his minimalism elevator pitch: “Minimalism is a lifestyle that helps people question what things add value to their lives.

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