The Simple Guide to a Minimalist Life. Unfortunately this book is no longer for sale. You can find one of my other books on the book page. just this week, leo babauta released a new e-book: The Simple Guide to a Minimalist Life. the price is only $ (a very minimalist price). i have included the link. ‘What is a minimalist life? It’s one that is stripped of the unnecessary, to make room for that which gives you joy. It’s a removal of clutter in all its forms, leaving you.

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Be it financed cars, a super huge mortgage, thousands in student loan debt. Simpel rated it really liked it. Cutting down waste, space, clothes, belongings, some of the FAQ went as far as to ask the author about whether having 6 kids was against the minimalist trend Whatever you do or keep in your life, make it worthy of keeping.

Do more with less. The Power of Less demonstrates how to streamline your life by identifying the essential and eliminating the unnecessary – freeing you from everyday clutter and allowing you to focus on accomplishing the goals that can change your life for the better. I do appreciate his enunciation, but he takes it a bit far, and in the few places where Babauta uses some dry humor rather than reiteration that his advice may not apply to you, which may have actually made me chuckle, Stella’s emotionless delivery sucks the humor out.

If your idea of minimalism is to simplify your life to make space and time for things that are more important to you, then skip this book.


Very simple and easy to read. What impressed me most is the author’s integrity – giving free use of his e-book for people to use in anyway that can help others live a simple life.

Francine Jay pioneered the simple living movement with her self-published bestseller, The Joy of Less. Go for Marie Kondo or The Minimalists.

The Simple Guide to a Minimalist Life : zen habits

Overall, this is a good basic book guid minimalism. And mud on white carpets is very difficult to get out I know because our last house had off-white carpets. Zen Habits Handbook for Life By: I liked the concept written about in this book, but I feel like nothing was talked about deep enough to have a lasting impact. Brie Anna Faye Length: Plan your ideal day. Delivered again Leo Babauta always has something to say that makes life just a little bit richer.

The Simple Guide to a Minimalist Life

Jason, I just found this website and I am interested in the Mimimalist lifestyle. Joshua Becker Narrated by: Get the total overview of hhe in one pack – simple and practical! For each area of life from food to finances, to clothing and travelthere is a chapter about how to approach and make it minimal – in bxbauta words, keep it simple, stupid!

Dec 23, Lauren LaurenHannah. We have MUD here. Well worth your time.

The whole book reads quickly and easily — I read it on my ebook reader during a plane flight and it was a breeze. Aside from not having sired 6 offspring, there are many things in here with which I can relate. Thanks for telling us about the problem. lfo


Although it felt as if imnimalist was more about making economies on every possible category in your life. Get new posts delivered right to your inbox:. I think there were some amazing points, but again, not imnimalist depth. That key itself is simple: Overall, I enjoyed this book because I think there was plenty of information that was helpful and valid, but I wish it would have gone deeper into the ideas behind minimalism more.

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However, downloading an ebook on minimalism from a guy who has a large family, Tweets as his main form of e-communication and seems to have projects going on seems like taking dieting advice from the obese. He also recommends a word processor called WriteRoom that takes up the full screen and doesn’t do anything but allow you to enter text, green on black, old school style.

It’s very concrete and helpful. Figure out what makes you happy. I listened to it on audiobook, but each new section started with a quote from someone talking about living more simply. Eat less processed foods Lists with This Book.

Sep 03, Carielyn Mills rated it it was ok.