'We live in a world that loves accumulating possessions. And while nobody would ever admit they are trying to purchase happiness, most people live like they are.'When it comes to the pursuit of a simpler lifestyle, there's no better blog out there than Joshua Becker's. When a new Becoming Minimalist post pops into my reader, I scoot right on over to his site. There's always something rich and substantial to savor ... and practical ideas to grab hold of.
Clutterfree with Kids: Change Your Thinking / Discover New Habits / Free Your Home launches today and I'm been privileged to read this meaningful book in advance. And it does not disappoint. If you're more than disillusioned with the myriad of possessions and frenetic lifestyle that threatens to overwhelm your house, your family, and your soul, this little treasure's for you.
This easy yet memorable read invites you to begin simplifying your life in ways that work for you and your family. Basic hands-on tips on reducing clutter and simple searching questions that hit deep invite you to release your family from the tyranny of the incessant collection of material things.
I love that Josh tackles the issue of our kids' overstuffed schedules as well as their filled to overflowing spaces. And the practical approach to handling the ever growing pile of artwork, collections, and our own sensitive area of sentimental remembrances is really spot on.
Freedom from the passion to possess. So you can focus on what really matters. Because when all is said and done, 'there is more joy to be found in owning less than can ever be found in organizing more.'
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