Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life

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Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life

Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life

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It is, without a doubt, the best minimalism book I’ve read so far because its focus is on the how-to of decluttering and maintaining minimalism. I recommend this book because it beautifully combines two popular trends — decluttering and sustainable living. This isn’t another book about how to live with less, but instead a heartbreaking and then a heartwarming story that shows us if we are willing to let go of the things we think we need, we can have a life we really want. The proof is in the pudding though as they say, and I not only devoured the book in just a couple of days, I have also found myself looking at each room in my home with fresh eyes and (to my Husband’s horror) have decluttered even more, and already have plans in mind to declutter other rooms I haven’t gotten chance to go through yet (you have been warned family! It’s the OG decluttering book and definitely one you should read to get you started on your journey.

It’s about rethinking the common assumptions of today to find satisfaction and fulfillment tomorrow. This book about organisation is the one that sparked a wave of minimalism and self-help books regarding decluttering. Do you want to live a meaningful life—with very few regrets—and make a positive difference in the world?I recommend this book because in this era of constant digital connectivity, ‘Low Tech Life: A Guide to Mindful Digital Minimalism’ is a breath of fresh air. You, like many others, may feel frustrated by the amount of time spent on phones and computers but aren't sure how to break free from it yourself. This book takes you through the powerful concepts of minimalism and provides you a clear path to achieve it.

With amusing stories and on-the-ground practical advice, Joshua explains how to make your minimalist journey a group endeavor.In times of political or personal turmoil, there's a tendency to seek solace in stripping back life to its bare essentials. I start these books with enthusiasm, determined to cull the contents of my home even further, but then they get boring.

For some, the idea of a single chair in an otherwise empty room and a wardrobe with one pair of shoes. Becker mentions several times that you should share his content on social media, but this is a book, not a blog post, and this grated on me. These books have offered me valuable insights into the world of minimalism and helped me reassess my priorities and declutter both my physical and mental space.So I think people what connect with the most right now is minimalism as a way of living, unfortunately: a commodified philosophy, or a commodified principle for life. We need to realise that material accumulation is not a measure of success and should not be used as one.

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