The best time to start your minimalist journey was 20 years ago. The second best time is now!
The average American spends $6,997 every year on consumer goods.
Are they really buying things they need or are they just trying to fill a void?
In reality, we don't need all this stuff. Think about how much money could we spend on meaningful things.
With all that extra money in your pocket you could...
Travel to five different exotic countries each year you have never been to before!
Go sky diving
Save 10 children's lives
Take a Muay Thai course or a dancing class
Go on unforgettable adventures
Work less to spend more time with your friends and family
And everything else you ever dreamt of doing
Minimalism is not for everyone, though. It requires discipline and an open mind. Living a minimalist lifestyle means getting out of your comfort zone and taking action. Many people are overwhelmed with all the things going on in their lives and cannot seem to to find a clear path to getting started.
This book is a practical guide that provides you with step-by-step instructions on how to declutter your home, office, computer, smartphone, and ultimately your mind in less than a day. This is the book I wish I had when I first started on the minimalist journey and it probably would have saved me more than $5,000.
Here is a preview of what’s included….
What are the principles of minimalism?
How to achieve minimalism at home
Decluttering your home room by room
Integrating minimalism into your work
Ways to maintain minimalism over time
Increasing your self-confidence with minimalism
Much, much more!
By the time you finished listening to this book, you should have a good understanding of a minimalist lifestyle. You will be able to declutter your home within a few days, to live a more meaningful, healthier, and happier life!