#STRESS: The Minimalist Lifestyle

  • by Chris Adkins
  • Narrated by Michael Pauley
  • 0 hrs and 58 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Can you live more with less?
We exist in a world that tolerates and encourages consumerism. Everywhere we go, every turn we make, there is always something new to acquire, something new to buy, and something new to have. Because of these, we are left with this burning desire to have more. We are never satisfied. We can never get enough. There is always that need to be more and to have more. It becomes more than a competition. The need to have more becomes an obsession to the point that it ends up consuming us. It becomes the focal point of our whole existence. Our world begins to revolve around it so much that we eventually forget how to truly live.
Have you ever felt like you are drowning in excess of so many things around you? Do you ever find yourself wanting to have less? If you do, then you have made the right choice of buying this audiobook. This book was written by someone who, like you, was searching for meaning in their life. They tried to get it from material things around them. They amassed and accumulated as many as they could but in the end, they were still not happy. It was not until they learned how to let go of the material things and of all the clutter that, they were able to actually live and enjoy their life to the fullest.
This book contains easy-to-understand explanations of the concept of minimalism. There are no complex theories to comprehend. Just purely conversational and friendly discussion. You will be made aware of the many benefits that minimalism can bring to your life and to those who matter to you the most. It will provide you with simple steps on how you can begin your journey toward a simpler and happier life. There are tips and tidbits that will help you as you navigate your way towards minimalism.

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short but good

GOOD, but short. Need pen and paper for notes When listening. Not real detailed in the overall steps.
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- Amazon Customer

NOT AT AL SPECIAL

THE AUTHOR ASSUMES ANYONE WHO IS A minimalist is attempting to shy away from being a hoarder. The verbiage was coming from a negative pov. meaning he gave more reasons not to be a hoarder then reasons to be a minimalist
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- patrick

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-28-2015
  • Publisher: Chris Adkins