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Inside-Out Simplicity: Life-Changing Keys To Your Most Important Relationships
An excellent read by Joshua Becker of Becoming Minimalist.com. The focus of this ebook is relational, and I appreciate Josh’s guidance in this area. (His style and focus is similar to that of classic spiritual writer Richard Foster.) As Josh writes, “[Inside-Out Simplicity] goes beyond external fixes to our complicated lives. Instead, this book dares to focus on the very heart and soul of a simplified life.” If you enjoyed my 5 Simple Ways To Show Love (Today And Everyday) post, you’ll appreciate Inside-Out Simplicity! You can preview the first 16 pages here. Just remember to return to A Wish Come Clear to purchase (or no affiliate magic happens!)
Also by Joshua Becker…
As Joshua writes, “Two years ago, a typical family of four living in the suburbs made the decision to minimize their possessions, declutter their home, and simplify their life. Since then, they have inspired hundreds of thousands of others to give the new lifestyle a chance. And now, to help you experience the same freedom, they offer the most important lessons they have learned through the process in their new e-book.”
The Simple Guide To A Minimalist Life
Author Leo Babauta (of ZenHabits.com, mnmlist.com and others) is the go-to authority on minimalism and simple living in the blogosphere, and this is his magnum opus. Chapters cover everything from clearing clutter to sustainability to travel to fitness to finances. It’s written in a clear, direct style. If you enjoyed posts such as Uncomplicate, Or, Don’t Bake The Bread, and What It Takes To Be A Clutterbusting Champ, then you’ll adore The Simple Guide To A Minimalist Life! You can also see a preview of the first few chapters here.
Simple Ways To Be More With Less
Courtney Carver’s new ebook is now on sale! If you enjoyed my guest post at Be More With Less, “5 Simplicity DIYs (You’ve Been Too Scared To Try)“, you’ll be sure to want this book! As Courtney writes, “Included are recommendations to simplify your life and ideas to live each day more purposefully.”
Tell Your Time: How To Manage Your Schedule So You Can Live Fulfilled
Tell Your Time is a small book that packs a big punch! As author Amy Lynn Andrews writes, “[Tell Your Time] outlines a straightforward, step-by-step approach to controlling your schedule and ensuring the important things don’t fall through the cracks.” If you enjoyed my post, The Ultimate Guide To Streamlining Your Daily Routines, you’ll value Tell Your Time!
The 7-Week Life Cleanse
Katie Tallo’s 7-Week Life Cleanse is a fun, well-paced course that will help your soul to shine through your daily life. As Katie writes, “[The 7-Week Life Cleanse] is a simple guide to infusing your life with momentum so that you can move directly and passionately towards the life you want. The weekly worksheets and questions are your tools for change. They’ll spark your awareness and ease you towards a sustainable plan.” If you liked my guest post at Momentum Gathering.com (Reflect, Rethink And Cherish: How To Transform Your Time), this is the book for you! (Do You Need Permission To Rest? You Got It. is also in keeping with Katie’s encouraging yet gentle tone.) To get your free Life Cleanse Starter Kit (including Week 1 of the Cleanse) go here.
Smalltopia: A Practical Guide To Working For Yourself
If you are interested in building a very small business and diversifying your income stream, this is the guide for you.
Author Tammy Strobel (of RowdyKittens.com) has created a motivational guide filled with stories (including her own) and micro-actions to lead you in your own journey of entrepreneurship. I’m excited to endorse this book particularly for people with physical and/or intellectual disabilities. In the past, many people with disabilities have been directed toward menial, repetitive jobs. By contrast, I embrace the idea of doing work you love. I’ve been inspired to endorse this guide by members of L’Arche who earn additional income from the sale of their artwork and creative projects. Creating a small business is an excellent way to build funds, create community and foster independence. If you enjoyed my post on Overcoming Passive Barriers: Impossibility vs Possibility, and my guest post on RowdyKittens, “Flawed Yet Fearless: 4 Steps To Embrace Your Strengths,” you’ll appreciate this guide. It’s written in a clear, direct style, and Tammy’s suggestions are spot-on.
You Don’t Need A Job, You Need Guts: Combining Passion + Self + Business Through Digital Entrepreneurship
I cannot help but be an affiliate for this one! Ash (of TheMiddleFingerProject.com) has created a guide that has been invaluable to me, on a personal and professional level. It’s a highly entertaining read (who knew that a Citizen Cope lyric could fit so well into a book on digital entrepreneurship?!), and the information is vital if you’re interested in being a digital entrepreneur of any stripe. Favorite chapters include: “Rocking Your Space with the Brilliance & Shine of a Diamond: Building a Web Presence” and “A Note on Why Digital Entrepreneurialism Sucks (But Why You’ll Succeed Anyway)”. If your current ‘challenging relationship’ is with yourself and your own fears…this is the book that will get you off your butt and moving. If you enjoyed my guest post in TMF’s “Fear, Exposed” series, then this is the book for you.