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Publisher's Summary

Adopting a minimalist lifestyle can be scary and confusing at first, but is worth it in the long run. Too often we put value on things that we own. This can cause an unhealthy attachment to physical belongings, causing us to work day in and day out for more belongings rather than to better ourselves and the world around us. This is why I wrote Having Less Is More. It will help guide you down the path of a minimalist and help you find the true happiness we are all seeking.
Here is what you can expect from listening to this book:



Understanding what it means to be a minimalist
Learning how to let go of the things that trouble or bother you
How to adapt and benefit from a minimalist lifestyle
How a minimalist lifestyle can improve your relationships

Life can be full of distractions, but we can be free of them if we choose. Learn to say no and to free yourself. It is better to slow down and to let yourself relax than it is to lose yourself and who you truly are. In this way, you will be mindful of and happy about the more important things in life.
©2015 Tyler Buckhouse (P)2016 Tyler Buckhouse
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3 out of 5 stars
By C&4 on 10-26-16

good start but about 4 hours too short.

needs more story, more description on how to transition your life. thus book is kinda like "just go do it"...

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