Can you imagine walking into your home or office feeling calm and peaceful, rather than burdened and overwhelmed? I know how frustrating clutter can be. Your dining room or kitchen table always seem to attract mess. Your shelves and closets are stuffed and chaotic. Your clothes closet is a jumbled heap and for some reason, you can never find a decent outfit to wear. Your kitchen always seems to be a mess.
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It is the go-to guide covering every small and big thing you can do to simplify your life. Every chapter includes lessons, loads of inspiration and profiles of real people who have simplified their lives — all ages, all income levels and all types. You can begin anywhere you want! Got money problems or yearning for financial independence? Clutter and home. Health and happiness.
Looking for natural ways to be healthier and happier? Family life. Yes, you can raise your kids simply. Looking for creative ways to live well for much less?
Every chapter includes loads of real life profiles of people who have simplified from all walks of life. Love, work and peace. How about making your relationship sing, or your workplace happier, or what about finding peace within yourself?
The Simple Living Guide is one of those rare books that people read over and over again, and you will, too. Simple Loving I wrote Simple Loving because I was blown away by the incredibly rich, close, intimate relationships I witnessed when talking to couples who had simplified their lives.
They inspired me so much that I decided to research why this was so. Simple Loving lays out the common themes, and offers an inspirational collection of intimate profiles, detailed tips, and resources for nurturing your most precious relationships—not just with your partner but with children and other family members as well.
They know who they are and what they want every step of the way — and they prioritize their dreams. Reviews for Simple Loving: Easy read, lots of tips for sustaining relationships Enjoyed this book tremendously, especially since the author herself indicates she is divorced — so why should she be considered the expert?
It was filled with lots of tips, ideas and referenced other books I could refer to if I wanted further information. I finished it in just 3 days. Easy to read, easy to reference, lots of tips at sustaining relationships with partners as well as other family members.
Especially enjoyed the chapter on clearing your space and her frequent references to other books written by authors. Good reference book. I liked the part of keeping the bedroom, the bedroom!
Good book if you are trying to sustain and build on your relationship. They provide real life role-models for a deeper, more intimate relationship.
Being rooted in the simplicity movement, this book may not be for every couple. Posted by Rebecca R. Reviews From Readers Getting back to basics A practical, commonsense approach to living - I remember growing up with these simple and sustainable ideas. Posted by Malgorzata Serwan Five Stars love this bookPosted by maria santamaria d DiClaudio I have read this book three times and learn new ideas each time. For me, it keeps simplicity in the front of my mind. Like the book.
I am just getting into the mindset of simple living minimalism and soaking up all the information I can Posted by oawalden This is truly a handbook for life! This is truly a handbook for life! I am already able to make small changes and feel a little more peaceful in my life Posted by paul Super tips Excellent book, bought the Kindle version for portability.
Posted by M. Powers Loved It! I really like her way of thinking and her book. She has a lot of good ideas that cause you to consider living differently A reference I keep going back to year after year. Very comprehensive. Do you have any idea how much your book changed our lives? We paid it off in 15 years and are only on our second cars in 22 years of togetherness.
Despite its length, this book is surprisingly low on useful content. She tells you what other book you need to go read and then goes on about how great it was and how it helped her, or at least what a nice the author is. On top of that, much of the information that is included is now hopelessly out of date. The "Money" chapter is similarly getting long in the tooth, and is only about half as useful as it was when first published. Finally, there are a LOT of assumptions of privilege in this book.
From Chaos to Clutter Free in 21 Days
It is the go-to guide covering every small and big thing you can do to simplify your life. Every chapter includes lessons, loads of inspiration and profiles of real people who have simplified their lives — all ages, all income levels and all types. You can begin anywhere you want! Got money problems or yearning for financial independence?
The Simple Living Guide