There's too much going on. Have you heard that before? That's exactly what the problem is. It's all around us and it's stuff that we contribute to ourselves as well. It's time for a change - a change in the opposite direction; an actual lifestyle change. "Adopting the Minimalist Lifestyle - How to Achieve A Stress Free, Simple Life" goes into detail about how to condition yourself to understand that you don't need anything beyond the basics. As long as you have the basics or simply only what you need, you're content with that and actually "freed up" to start enjoying what you do have. As a result, the stress is removed because the baggage has been removed. The information in this book will show you how to achieve this in a practical way that would astonish you. This is not a temporary thing that you do today and then next month you're back to the way you were. It is indeed a lifestyle change. Simplifying your life is the way to go so that you can live longer and function better.
|Publisher:||POWER of ONE|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.07(d)|
About the Author
After Ariel Horowitz spent time pretty much bedridden for a few years, she had a lot of time to think about things in her life and changes that she would need to make after her condition improved. One of the things that she came to terms with is that there was too much clutter in her life. This clutter was both physical and mental. It definitely played a role in the amount of stress in her life. Just getting rid of certain things and being cognizant of not replacing it with other "things" made her feel so much better. Once she understood what a positive difference this was making in her life, she knew it was time to scale it up. Many practical changes can make that difference which is what she shares in her book. This is something a lot of people struggle with. They just need guidance and steps, and she knows what those are from what she had to do in her own life. She believes this kind of information will help others to simplify the way she did it.