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Yes, minimalism sucks when you follow the zealots on YouTube.
Let's start your minimalism to de-clutter your life and be happier; dogma-free and with the pure essentials only. Did you know that you can apply minimalism to books too? It is harder for the author to write those, but much easier for you, the listener, to learn and use the essentials directly without wading through content and getting lost - getting lost means you will not take action. And taking action is THE crucial step you need to do.
Now, and not tomorrow.
Tomorrow is NO Action land.
Change your life now and stop wasting time.I learned it the hard way and I am thankful that I took action. My mom was a hoarder, and even though I was not one, I had a hard time saying goodbye to things. Luckily, that changed one day, and I began my minimalism journey without knowing it at that point. It wasn't a fad yet and YouTube wasn't born. However, it made my life better. And it works fine for our family of three too. However, I am not sure if I had even considered it when my first encounter were those YouTubers you see nowadays. Crazy zealots who go nuts. It is a nightmare and turns away too many people from an excellent idea. People who can benefit from minimalism and make their life better and living on our planet too.
Somebody like you.
Don't go away; minimalism can help you.
Get this audiobook now and learn how.
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- K. Mcchesney
This is a really great book.
I loved this book. the content was fantastic. really down to earth and reassuring. no dogma, no you must do it this way. I found it really engaging and it would have had 5 stars if the narrator hadn't sounded like a robot. I fact I'm not sure it was a person at all. even when I read a book to my self I translate it into contractions. I understand that really you should read what is written but not out loud.
Practical and sane
No-nonsense advice about lessening your possessions without unnecessary stress. I really liked the hints about how to train your children to be tidy and let go of things they no longer really want. I found these hints might work when encouraging aging parents to declutter as well. Since it's short, the book doesn't get bogged down and is easy to focus on.
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