Discover why simplicity is the essence of happiness
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How to get off the stress, complexity and overwhelm merry-go-round and simplify your life.
The second book in Cary David Richard’s two book series on minimalist living details how to simplify your space and gives you down to earth real world strategies for declutering your home.
After being forced by circumstances to downsize and simplify, Cary David and his wife Jeannie came to realize that their new minimalist life style had some very tangible and far reaching benefits. They began to re-think their previous lives of consumerism and the habit of accumulating more and more “stuff”.
Through the conscious implementation of minimalist living they realized that living with less brought a freedom and clarity not available in their previous lives.
Never setting out to become minimalist, the couple embarked on a journey of simplicity and discovered what was most important to them in the process.
Reading this book will re arrange how you view your possessions and allow you to become more conscious about the acquisition of more stuff in your life.
Through the lessons that Cary David and Jeannie learned over the last seven years of exploring minimalism you will come away with a new understanding of the benefits of decluttering your life.
Once free of the burden of clutter and complexity new vistas will open to you. Just imagine being able to breathe again, living in a serene, nurturing, welcoming environment, free of stress and worry.
A world of decluttered simplicity awaits. Get the book today, scroll up and click on the “buy it now” button
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Having read Volume 2, which I enjoyed, I carried on with Volume 3. Again, I enjoyed the easy way the author relates to the reader. Again, I am familiar with a lot of what he says, but appreciate the way in which the author puts forth the ideas and practices one needs to DO in order to declutter. Now if I would just get to DOING what he says. It's an easy to read yet informative book.
Despite a few flaws this book is a must read for anyone interested in simplifying their life or gaining more insight into the minimalist movement. I bought this book because I was curious about the concept of de-cluttering . It seems like I just have too many unused and unwanted things. The author’s insight and knowledge of his subject was right on. It gave me lots to think about. While there are a few things I wish he’d expanded upon more the book is definitely a must read for any budding minimalists or even just people who are curious about simplifying their lives. The concept of de-cluttering your emotional life really hit a chord with me. It makes sense to get yourself emotionally prepared to take on the challenge of simplification.