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Minimalism and Simplicity: Living with less and loving it
     

Minimalism and Simplicity: Living with less and loving it

2.8 5
by Angela Wood
 
Dig into the life of minimalism and simplicity. Learn how to enjoy and embrace this amazing lifestyle. This step by step guide helps people organize their homes, declutter their life, and love life. Learn the art of less.
Learn how to be less of a consumer, find freedom from stuffitis, define clutter areas and find more time and money for what you love.

Overview

Dig into the life of minimalism and simplicity. Learn how to enjoy and embrace this amazing lifestyle. This step by step guide helps people organize their homes, declutter their life, and love life. Learn the art of less.
Learn how to be less of a consumer, find freedom from stuffitis, define clutter areas and find more time and money for what you love.
Each room in the home is addressed along with finances and general lifestyles.
See an example of the 100 item minimalist challenge. Learn to let go of the clutter in your life.

Editorial Reviews

Jennifer 77
This book is a blessing. We live in a world that is bursting at the seams with worthless excess. How lovely to read the words of someone who understands treasures are valuable because they are one-of-a-kind and that silence allows us to hear God. Worth your time and a joy to read.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012856968
Publisher:
K.D. EVANS
Publication date:
07/06/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
266 KB

Meet the Author

Author resides in Alabama. She is a nurse and a writer who has devoted her life to caring for other and spreading the message of living life freely. She has 2 young children and husband.

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Minimalism and Simplicity: Living with less and loving it 2.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Full of typos, particularly the list at the end which does not appear to be clearly thought out. I felt taken advantage of for buying what appears to be a short stream of consciousness written by an amateur. Although the intentions are good the quality is not there. B&N Nook books should vet their e-books before making a 22 page ebook full of typos available for sale to their customers that trusted the sample.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is a perfect example of someone trying to make money by selling an ebook. The book was riddled with type-os, incomplete sentences, and the auhor has no qualifications to be writing on the topic. Within the disorganized 30-ish pages, she repeats the same common sense reasonings. This was a horrible, horrible attempt at a book.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Throughout the book the author explains how we have gotten this "stuffitis" syndrome and how we can beat it and go back to the simple life... Great book..