“Simplicity, clarity, singleness: these are the attributes that give our lives power and vividness and joy.” - Richard Halloway
Post written by Leo Babauta. Follow me on Twitter.
Yes, I know it’s ironic it’s not just one page or one sentence … but I’ve just finished writing a new ebook I hope you’ll enjoy: The Simple Guide to a Minimalist Life.
I could have made it a sentence – “Eliminate the unnecessary” – but I tried to make it useful, and include chapters on different problems that people will face on their journey to a more minimalist life.
What will this ebook will help you with:
* Clearing clutter and reducing your possessions
* Figuring out what’s necessary, and how to be content with less
* Simplifying your schedule, your work, and living a less stressful life
* Creating a minimalist workspace, home, computer, financial life, diet and fitness program
* How to go paperless and digitize your life
Here’s a listing of the chapters:
- A small irony
- Notes on using this book
- What is a minimalist life?
- Overall minimalist principles
- How to become a minimalist
- Rethinking necessities
- Simplify what you do
- Clearing clutter
- Minimalist home
- Minimalist workspace
- Minimalist computer
- Going paperless, digitizing
- Minimalist travel
- Wardrobe and grooming
- Minimalist food
- Minimalist fitness
- Minimalist finances
- Finding simplicity with kids
- Dealing with non-minimalist loved ones
- Minimalism is the end of organizing
- Step lightly upon this world: on sustainability
- Other resources
And here’s a preview of the first few chapters, so you can see what the ebook is like. As you’ll notice, the pages are pretty sparse, so while 104 pages on minimalism might seem like a lot, the chapters are actually pretty short.
The ebook is in PDF format, is DRM-free, is $9.95 and again is Uncopyrighted. I don’t plan to offer it in different formats.
It’s my hope that this book will help you live a simpler, happier life!