Saturday, April 23, 2016

Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Joy of Less: 101 Stories about Having More by Simplifying Our Lives 3 winner GIVEAWAY



In the Age of Disposables—fashion, phones, glasses, and even friends!—some people are finding joy by rediscovering the simple life. They’re cleaning house, both literally and figuratively, and finding themselves better for it. By getting rid of excess “stuff” and trimming down their over-filled schedules, they feel happier and more fulfilled than ever before. It’s really true that little can go a long way.

With Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Joy of Less, spring cleaning takes on a whole new meaning. You’ll read stories about people who found happiness in an unlikely way: by saying no. No to buying more stuff, no to taking on additional time-filling commitments, and no to trying to please everyone all of the time.

In this book you’ll also meet people who have found contentment in simplicity by spending time with their family during “staycations.” You’ll also read about people who cut out some of the everyday stressors in life by simply “unplugging” by turning off their smartphones and staying away from the Internet for a day. It’s amazing what a little break can do.

You’ll even meet people who lost almost everything, but found happiness rediscovering who they really are and turning catastrophe into opportunity. When forced to simplify because the going gets tough, the tough get creative and find ways to flourish.

Whether it’s cleaning out your closets and holding a yard sale or taking a stand for your wellbeing by keeping time to yourself, there are a hundred different ways to find joy in less.


I recevied a complimentary copy.

Cassandra's Review-   Learning to appreciate what you have instead of looking over and seeing things you do not, is a very important trait.

 Also just cluttering your whole life with unneeded thoughts, material items, etc can be so overwhelming.    This book is just brimming over with stories shared by people who have managed to downgrade and still appreciate life.

It will really help to clear your mind of some of the junk and maybe even your lifestyle as well as help you to say no to building it all back up again.





4 comments:

  1. It would help me to realize that everyone has issues.

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  2. I think this would help me to focus on what is important.

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  3. This book would be for me since it is invaluable. Thanks.

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  4. My husband & I are definitely interested in living more simply, with a minimalist lifestyle. this world has increasingly become reliant upon material possessions and things they dont really need in order to be happy. We believe Less is More. I'd love to read this!

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