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Minimalist Lifestyle: Discover a 21 Day Path to Living a More Fulfilled, Happier Life: Minimalism, Minimalist Budget, Minimalist Living, Minimalist Organization, ... Wardrobe, Minimalism (Simple Living)

Minimalist Lifestyle: Discover a 21 Day Path to Living a More Fulfilled, Happier Life: Minimalism, Minimalist Budget, Minimalist Living, Minimalist Organization, ... Wardrobe, Minimalism (Simple Living) [Kindle Edition]

Jesse Jacobs
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Increase Your Happiness by Following a 21 Day Plan to Living a More Fulfilling, Minimalist Lifestyle!

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How Does This Book Help?

Let me ask you, do you feel stressed by what you already have?

Do you feel pressure to continue working hard to maintain your lifestyle even when you actually don’t need all the stuff you tend to buy ?

This book will take you through a 21 day path where you will discover that less truly is more. You will learn how you can move from the consumer mind-set you to a new path where what really matters is genuine happiness, deep joy and the relationships you have with others.

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Here's a preview of what you'll find inside this book:

✔ How to detach from physical things and de-clutter your mind
✔ How to determine what is essential and what isn't
✔ The benefit of a temporary change in scenery
✔ Adopting the 100 items rule
✔ How to use technology in your favor
✔ How to de-clutter your living space and break from the fear of having less
✔ Room by room de-cluttering tips and strategies
✔ How to eliminate duplicity, make progress quickly on your path
✔ Financial management tips and strategies for greatest happiness and fulfillment
✔ How to put the information you read to action
✔ Resources for further viewing and reading
✔ And much, much more!

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 975 KB
  • Print Length: 47 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #266,610 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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"Natural and Holistic Health Books that Improve Your Well-Being"

I'm a firm believer that books can dramatically improve your well-being. Not only that, but these books should be affordable, easy to read and have ideas that are easy to apply so you can reap the benefits as you go about your life on a daily basis. My books are produced with these goals in mind.

My name is Jessica Jacobs. I'm a Wife, Mother, reader, writer, well-being enthusiast and a curious person. I began publishing my writing in 2012 and this path has truly been a labor of love for me.

I always wanted to share what I had learned through my curiosity when it came to topics such as Soap Making, Natural Remedies and Body Butters. My interests are always evolving but at my core, I believe that doing things the Natural Way can lead to some amazing long-term benefits.

Over the years, I've been able to save money, become more efficient and feel much healthier all by applying what I write about in my books.

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To Your Well-Being,

Jessica Jacobs

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5.0 out of 5 stars Wasn't sure at first but then loved it. 27 Jun 2014
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Okay I admit that when the author suggested moving to a different house and giving up your job early on in this book I was thinking "Yeah right, this is totally impractical for most people." However I soon realized why the author suggested such huge moves and NO you really don't need to move house or change your job, although I would imagine that some people have got to the end of this book and thought that's exactly what I need to do. Love the advice, love the links included in this book. In my opinion if you're considering a minimalist lifestyle this book is a superb resource.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good wee reminder of what happiness really is 16 Jun 2014
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we get caught up in the material world so much that we think these things will bring us happiness. I'm in the process of decluttering my life and I don't miss any of it. Good wee book to motivate you to free yourself from all the things you don't need.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Two Stars 6 Aug 2014
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Waste of space. Nothing new here and lots of repetition
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4.0 out of 5 stars Minimalism: `The sweet spot to happiness in the present hectic world.' 14 Jun 2014
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Jesse Jacobs has written a series of books on the Minimalist manner of living and in this very readable short book he anchors those principles succinctly. `Read on to find out how you will make your life enviable once you discover where the sweet spot in finding happiness lies; it all boils down to having less.'

Following those ideas presented by many (detaching from stuff, de-clutter you mind) he presents the 21 day minimalist recipe: Detachment (Organize your things: keep, throw, give), go on a vacation, adopt the 100 Item rule (`With this approach, you set a target on how many items you want to stock in your house and discard the rest...we only need food, shelter and clothing to survive. This means we should live comfortably with just 100 items in our house'), living on the bare minimum, De-Clutter (get rid of all clutter in your house), Living with less - Reviewing Performance and Streamlining the Timeline, Financial Management as a Minimalist, Spend 50% of Your Income on Necessities, Spend 20% on Financial Obligations, Allocate 30% of your Income to your Personal Choices. He ends his suggestions with the statement `start the 21-day guide and start de-cluttering for a more satisfying and meaningful life.'

Though there are innumerable books on altering lifestyle to avoid debt and discomfort, Jacobs places the goals in attainable style with easy to read and comprehend thoughts. This is a solid little guide. Grady Harp, June 14
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very interesting topic 11 Jun 2014
By Rafase282 - Published on
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I have heard about minimalist lifestyle ideals before and got very curious about it. After reading the book I can tell the author knows the topic well. The book is very short though, so I would classify this book as an introduction rather than a definite guide, but as less is more, this book might just be enough information for you as it was for me. It was a pleasant read and very interesting. I definitely recommend this book to anyone looking to simplify their lives. You will be surprised at how much you gain when you let go.
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5.0 out of 5 stars √ Please Send a Copy to my Wife! 9 Jun 2014
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I am delighted to be the very first reviewer of this fine book. Although I am not a minimalist, I think the ideas expressed are excellent as well as practical. The author asks us to confront a stark reality: Why do we have ALL THAT STUFF in our house? Especially since we never use it. This book provides guidance so that in 21 days, you can clear-out the junk, simplify your life, and begin focusing on important parts of life, not THINGS.

In practical terms, try to get your possessions in your house down to 100. The method is, "Keep, throw away or Give." I think most readers will find this tough--our family would definitely struggle with that. I'm sure we have 100 times that many just in my wife's closet. But the idea is good. Stop spending your time getting stressed out by a bunch of unneeded things! For instance, do you really need to keep all those photos that you never look at? Why not take digital copies and clear them out?

Try to organize your life to eliminate all the fluff that you don't really use. How 'bout that spare bedroom that you never use? And the gym membership? (Wait, this is hitting too close to home!) Do you really use 20 pairs of shoes? These things are all examples of what the author calls, "Worldly Noise." Why not lose the noise and start spending time on relationships? It should be obvious that happiness is not found in the greed of acquiring more and more possessions.

As you simplify your life, you can turn your attention to budgeting. Use the "50/20/30" rule. I admit I had never heard of such a rule. Is it a tax loophole, or a savings plan like a 401-k plan? No, it's a recommended percentage to spend on Necessities/financial obligations/personal choices. Stop using those credit cards and raking up more debt! Consider walking in the park as a simple way to exercise and see some other humans. We are "designed to be social beings."

The very end of this gem really surprised me. The author does something that I don't recall seeing in other books. There is a summary, reminding you of the "takeaways" you should keep in mind. Wow! Excellent idea. Why don't other ideas do this same thing? It's like having an outline of the book already done for you. Immediately following, there is a summary of the steps that are recommended: "How to Put this Information into Action." There are also a abundance of links to other, similar topics, such as YouTube videos.

All in all, a really excellent Book. Lots of excellent ideas. Recommend!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great practical tips. 12 Jun 2014
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As a person who is seeking to retire early by using my money to buy more assets and less junk I found this book very useful.

This contains lots of useful advice to help you stay out of debt and live a simpler lifestyle.
3.0 out of 5 stars Don't focus on material things, live like a minimalist 23 July 2014
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This was an interesting book that was simple, concise and had a good premise. The author is trying to accomplish something good by getting people to live with less. It's a powerful lesson and offers some good insight about how to achieve this minimalist lifestyle.

One of the ideas is to pick 100 items throughout the house that you will keep and get rid of everything else. This might be tough for a lot of people, but also extremely liberating to realize that you can get by with less than you think.

America is stuck in an endless cycle of wanting more, garages filled with junk instead of vehicles, storage units and packed closets prove how much we buy and hold onto. The book offers a good suggestion to go on vacation and take only the essentials. You'll realize that you can get by with very little if you absolutely have to.

The book was a little short for my liking, but it offers some good advice about how living with less allows for more happiness.
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