Highly reviewed minimalism books

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Soulful Simplicity - How Living with Less Can Lead to So Much More

by Courtney Carver
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Courtney Carver teaches us the strength of consistency in our professional and private lives to improve our wellbeing, create more positive relationships, and alleviate tension. After Carver was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS), this relentless endeavor needed to come to an end. It was obvious that she had to weed out the physical and emotional chaos that was the cause of her stress and resentment. Carver encourages us to look at the larger picture, to…
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Courtney Carver teaches us the strength of consistency in our professional and private lives to improve our wellbeing, create more positive relationships, and alleviate tension. After Carver was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS), this relentless endeavor needed to come to an end. It was obvious that she had to weed out the physical and emotional chaos that was the cause of her stress and resentment. Carver encourages us to look at the larger picture, to find what matters most to us, and to regain lightness and simplicity by getting rid of all the unnecessary material.


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Courtney Carver teaches us the strength of consistency in our professional and private lives to improve our wellbeing, create more positive relationships, and alleviate tension. After Carver was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS), this relentless endeavor needed to come to an end. It was obvious that she had to weed out the physical and emotional chaos that was the cause of her stress and resentment. Carver encourages us to look at the larger picture, to find what matters most to us, and to regain lightness and simplicity by getting rid of all the unnecessary material.

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New Minimalism - Decluttering and Design for Sustainable, Intentional Living

by Cary Telander Fortin, Kyle Louise Quilici
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In a stunning new book for fans of The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, the decluttering craze explores a love for green living and home design. The book promises an opportunity for self-reflection and positive improvement by getting to the bottom of why we first gathered so much material, hence allowing us to improve our lives. New Minimalism will guide you, step by step, from analyzing your emotional link to your objetcts and things to…
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In a stunning new book for fans of The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, the decluttering craze explores a love for green living and home design. The book promises an opportunity for self-reflection and positive improvement by getting to the bottom of why we first gathered so much material, hence allowing us to improve our lives. New Minimalism will guide you, step by step, from analyzing your emotional link to your objetcts and things to transforming your home into a beautifully inviting place which feels tidy and organized beyong looking empty or rigid. You’ll find tools and ways to recycle your things and reuse them and you feel good for getting rid of it!


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In a stunning new book for fans of The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, the decluttering craze explores a love for green living and home design. The book promises an opportunity for self-reflection and positive improvement by getting to the bottom of why we first gathered so much material, hence allowing us to improve our lives. New Minimalism will guide you, step by step, from analyzing your emotional link to your objetcts and things to transforming your home into a beautifully inviting place which feels tidy and organized beyong looking empty or rigid. You’ll find tools and ways to recycle your things and reuse them and you feel good for getting rid of it!

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The More of Less - Finding the Life You Want Under Everything You Own

by Joshua Becker
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We own too many things in general. We sense the clutter's weight and pressure, and we are sick of sweeping and sorting. While excess consumption leads to larger homes, faster vehicles, better technologies, and so on, it never brings joy. Joshua Becker knew that he was spending way too much time sorting belongings, sweeping up messes, and buying more. So Joshua and his family agreed to eradicate from their home and life the non-essential possessions.…
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We own too many things in general. We sense the clutter’s weight and pressure, and we are sick of sweeping and sorting. While excess consumption leads to larger homes, faster vehicles, better technologies, and so on, it never brings joy. Joshua Becker knew that he was spending way too much time sorting belongings, sweeping up messes, and buying more. So Joshua and his family agreed to eradicate from their home and life the non-essential possessions. In return, they find a life of more liberty, more happiness, more generosity, and more willingness to do the most important things. Joshua Becker teaches you that reducing belongings is the easiest way to optimize life through concrete ideas and inspiration to personalize your own minimalist design. Are you prepared for a life with less cleaning and less stress?


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We own too many things in general. We sense the clutter’s weight and pressure, and we are sick of sweeping and sorting. While excess consumption leads to larger homes, faster vehicles, better technologies, and so on, it never brings joy. Joshua Becker knew that he was spending way too much time sorting belongings, sweeping up messes, and buying more. So Joshua and his family agreed to eradicate from their home and life the non-essential possessions. In return, they find a life of more liberty, more happiness, more generosity, and more willingness to do the most important things. Joshua Becker teaches you that reducing belongings is the easiest way to optimize life through concrete ideas and inspiration to personalize your own minimalist design. Are you prepared for a life with less cleaning and less stress?

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Minimalism - Live a Meaningful Life

by Joshua Fields Millburn
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Minimalism is the concept that takes us through things so that we can make room for the most important things that are usually not objects. At 30 years of age, best friends Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus walked away from their six-figure corporate jobs, abandoned all of their material belongings, and decided to concentrate on what was really important. Joshua & Ryan embraced minimalism following a pair of life-changing experiences, allowing them to remove their unnecessary material possessions in order to concentrate on the most valuable things in life:…
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Minimalism is the concept that takes us through things so that we can make room for the most important things that are usually not objects. At 30 years of age, best friends Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus walked away from their six-figure corporate jobs, abandoned all of their material belongings, and decided to concentrate on what was really important. Joshua & Ryan embraced minimalism following a pair of life-changing experiences, allowing them to remove their unnecessary material possessions in order to concentrate on the most valuable things in life: wellbeing, friendships, ambition, development, and commitment.


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Minimalism is the concept that takes us through things so that we can make room for the most important things that are usually not objects. At 30 years of age, best friends Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus walked away from their six-figure corporate jobs, abandoned all of their material belongings, and decided to concentrate on what was really important. Joshua & Ryan embraced minimalism following a pair of life-changing experiences, allowing them to remove their unnecessary material possessions in order to concentrate on the most valuable things in life: wellbeing, friendships, ambition, development, and commitment.

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Everything That Remains - A Memoir by The Minimalists

by Joshua Fields Millburn, Ryan Nicodemus
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Joshua Fields Millburn felt he had everything anyone would possibly desire. Blindsided by his mother's death and his marriage in the same month, Millburn continued to doubt every part of his own life. He then inadvertently found out about a lifestyle known as minimalism and it all began to change. All that Remains is the compelling, shocking story of what happened when one young man wanted to let go of everything and start living more deliberately.
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Joshua Fields Millburn felt he had everything anyone would possibly desire. Blindsided by his mother’s death and his marriage in the same month, Millburn continued to doubt every part of his own life. He then inadvertently found out about a lifestyle known as minimalism and it all began to change. All that Remains is the compelling, shocking story of what happened when one young man wanted to let go of everything and start living more deliberately.


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Joshua Fields Millburn felt he had everything anyone would possibly desire. Blindsided by his mother’s death and his marriage in the same month, Millburn continued to doubt every part of his own life. He then inadvertently found out about a lifestyle known as minimalism and it all began to change. All that Remains is the compelling, shocking story of what happened when one young man wanted to let go of everything and start living more deliberately.

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Goodbye, Things - The New Japanese Minimalism

by Fumio Sasaki
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Fumio Sasaki isn't an pioneer on minimalism or a guru like Marie Kondo, he's just a normal guy who's been struggling and continuously comparing himself with others, but oneday he took the decision to transform his life by saying goodbye for everything he didn't truly needed. The results were remarkable: Sasaki achieved genuine independence, a new mindset, and a deep sense of appreciation and gratitude. Sasaki modestly shares his personal minimalist experience, giving detailed tips on reducing the process and sharing how the modern minimalist revolution can not only change…
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Fumio Sasaki isn’t an pioneer on minimalism or a guru like Marie Kondo, he’s just a normal guy who’s been struggling and continuously comparing himself with others, but oneday he took the decision to transform his life by saying goodbye for everything he didn’t truly needed. The results were remarkable: Sasaki achieved genuine independence, a new mindset, and a deep sense of appreciation and gratitude. Sasaki modestly shares his personal minimalist experience, giving detailed tips on reducing the process and sharing how the modern minimalist revolution can not only change your environment, but also enrich your life existence. Everyone can benefit from a minimalist life, and Sasaki makes it a bliss.


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Fumio Sasaki isn’t an pioneer on minimalism or a guru like Marie Kondo, he’s just a normal guy who’s been struggling and continuously comparing himself with others, but oneday he took the decision to transform his life by saying goodbye for everything he didn’t truly needed. The results were remarkable: Sasaki achieved genuine independence, a new mindset, and a deep sense of appreciation and gratitude. Sasaki modestly shares his personal minimalist experience, giving detailed tips on reducing the process and sharing how the modern minimalist revolution can not only change your environment, but also enrich your life existence. Everyone can benefit from a minimalist life, and Sasaki makes it a bliss.

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Are your clothes still piling up like a twisted mass of spaghetti, despite relentless attempts to declutter your home? Japanese cleaning expert Marie Kondo is sweeping up to a whole new degree, saying you will never have to do this again if you clarify and arrange your home properly once. Many approaches recommend a room-by-room solution and a little-by-little strategy that in fact force you to stay in loop of cleaning, moving things around. The…
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Are your clothes still piling up like a twisted mass of spaghetti, despite relentless attempts to declutter your home? Japanese cleaning expert Marie Kondo is sweeping up to a whole new degree, saying you will never have to do this again if you clarify and arrange your home properly once. Many approaches recommend a room-by-room solution and a little-by-little strategy that in fact force you to stay in loop of cleaning, moving things around. The KonMari approach contributes to sustainable outcomes with its groundbreaking category-by-category method. This bestseller highlighting Tokyo’s newest trend will help you clear your clutter and appreciate the special charm of a clean and organized home.


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Are your clothes still piling up like a twisted mass of spaghetti, despite relentless attempts to declutter your home? Japanese cleaning expert Marie Kondo is sweeping up to a whole new degree, saying you will never have to do this again if you clarify and arrange your home properly once. Many approaches recommend a room-by-room solution and a little-by-little strategy that in fact force you to stay in loop of cleaning, moving things around. The KonMari approach contributes to sustainable outcomes with its groundbreaking category-by-category method. This bestseller highlighting Tokyo’s newest trend will help you clear your clutter and appreciate the special charm of a clean and organized home.

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Whether you're trying to build more time, space, power, and harmony, Minimalism for Families presents you with the skills you need to overcome uncertainty and achieve more with less. Minimalism for Families, built especially for hectic families, will teach you exactly how to use minimalism to decrease clutter in your home. The book, first introduces what minimalism is, the advantages of this mindset, and how to incorporate and implement the approach into your life. Then…
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Whether you’re trying to build more time, space, power, and harmony, Minimalism for Families presents you with the skills you need to overcome uncertainty and achieve more with less. Minimalism for Families, built especially for hectic families, will teach you exactly how to use minimalism to decrease clutter in your home. The book, first introduces what minimalism is, the advantages of this mindset, and how to incorporate and implement the approach into your life. Then are presented room-by-room Strategies offering guidance to declutter any room including dining quarters, kitchens, classrooms, home offices. It also give tips on how to get your family involved and excited about it. With Minimalism for Families, you will find what you need to start implementing minimalism principles.


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Whether you’re trying to build more time, space, power, and harmony, Minimalism for Families presents you with the skills you need to overcome uncertainty and achieve more with less. Minimalism for Families, built especially for hectic families, will teach you exactly how to use minimalism to decrease clutter in your home. The book, first introduces what minimalism is, the advantages of this mindset, and how to incorporate and implement the approach into your life. Then are presented room-by-room Strategies offering guidance to declutter any room including dining quarters, kitchens, classrooms, home offices. It also give tips on how to get your family involved and excited about it. With Minimalism for Families, you will find what you need to start implementing minimalism principles.

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