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Minimalism: How to Simplify and Declutter Your Life With Minimalist Habits by Ben Smith
Genre: Self-help book
Length: 104 pages
First Published: December 8, 2018
Simplify Life By Being Minimalist
We all have habits in our lives. Unfortunately, most of our habits are unconscious and they dont serve us. This leads us to feel overwhelmed and out of control. Sometimes it feels like anxiety and stress seems to come out of nowhere.
The modern world is making people feel overwhelmed and exhausted. But how can we take back and feel more happiness every day?
This book is about using minimalist ideas to help you identify areas in your life that are working against you. This book will also walk you through the process to best use minimalism in your life to simplify and improve every area.
We are all unique and that is why its important for you to put your own spin on minimalist ideas. We have a chapter in this book that will help you do just that. You will be guided on how to make minimalism work for you in your unique situation. We will build a minimalist lifestyle around your way of living.
The heart of this book is about changing your habits and making them simple and efficient.When you take control of your daily habits your life will transform and you feel in control. This book will help you be the one managing and controlling habits in all areas of your life.
Let’s Take a Look Inside This Book…
- Defining Minimalism: What It All Boils Down To
- How To Use Minimalism To Improve All Areas of Your Life
- How To Adopt a Minimalist Lifestyle
- Finding Your Minimalism Style
- Minimalist Habits In All Areas Of Life
Take control of your life and start enjoying every day. Minimalism will be your guide to take back your control and take back your freedom. Simplify your life starting today!
About Ben Smith
Ben’s career as a writer began in the theater, studying playwriting under Tony award-winning playwright Mark Medoff as part of Pennsylvania’s Young Playwrights competition, and later at NYU in the Gallatin School of Individualized Study where his focus areas were in dramatic writing and music. Visit author’s website→