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Minimalism for Living, Family, and Budgeting

Narrated by: Michael Hatak
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People tend to falter when they lack a purpose that propels them to be greater and do better. Minimalists look for key ways that they can be of greater service to themselves, their loved ones, and the world. If you have been seeking ways to improve your life, you are in the right place.

You will discover how important living a minimalist lifestyle is to you as you journey through this audiobook. You may not understand now some of the benefits you will gain, but after you learn the true definition of minimalism and how it can benefit you, you’ll quickly grow aware. You will have the proper insight to start making better life decisions.

This audiobook tackles three overarching points where minimalism will be able to help you grow as a person, clear out extra clutter, and organize your life. Section one teaches you all about minimalist living, section two gives you solid advice on how to implement minimalism for your family, and section three discusses minimalist budgeting.

Take control of your life, clear out all that excess, and get started on a clear path to peace, happiness, and joy today! 

©2017 K.L. Hammond (P)2017 K.L. Hammond

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  • AK
  • 09-02-2018

A tiny house

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It gets a bit meta at times. It does touch on the psychological impact of minimalism, and best practices / tips and tricks, but to go on talking about living in a tiny house (just as an example, there are many more), just isn't appropriate to a wider audience.

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  • ZACK
  • 28-11-2017

Good to listen

I really enjoyed this book. I was referred to The Minimalists podcast by a long time friend and since then I knew I had to finally change externally, rather than just have the intention in my head.

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  • Arshi.af
  • 27-11-2017

Amazing book

The main reason I got this book initially, it gave me so much more food for thought that I could ever have anticipated. the book ties all of the minimalism into our own personal psychology and our attitudes about money, possessions and the role they play in our lives.

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  • Court renaud
  • 18-09-2018

Wasted audible credit

The tone of this book is awful. I made if 6 chapters in and gave up. It may work well for someone who has no concept of what minimalism is, but there’s still better books out there for beginning minimalists.

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  • sun
  • 28-11-2017

Love this book

I am a big fan of the minimalists, I listened to the word by accident in a podcast, I got curious about the lifestyle of minimalism and doing a search on the internet it led me to these guys, I watch their documentary, listen to their podcasts and then got the book.

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  • Khawaja
  • 28-11-2017

ideal book

Thanks for making it a fresh and mindful approach to changing ones life from one of little substance to one of actual living.

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  • heena
  • 28-11-2017

Motivational book

This book? Just as awesome! I definitely want to go back and employ some of their suggestions for how to be more successful in my life, how to live with more meaning and eliminate the superfluous objects in my life. Definitely, recommend.

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  • Semba
  • 28-11-2017

Interesting book....

Thanks for making it a fresh and mindful approach to changing ones life from one of little substance to one of actual living.

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  • aarav
  • 28-11-2017

Good

This book breaks it down to 5 essential parts of life. I am eager to continue to put the knowledge into effect, even more than I currently have. Best book

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  • Umar Khan
  • 27-11-2017

Minimalism for Living, Family, and Budgeting

This is a great book that looks deep into the relationship between Living, Family, and Budgeting. It gets a bit philosophical when addressing the need to spend and ones life purpose. The author also provides some good tips on how to save and taking on a minimalist life style.

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  • Dayni Vasili
  • 21-01-2018

I like the overall message of this book!

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It’s surely not quite another cut-and-save type of book. Don’t get me wrong, as I’m assured many others can attest to, it does give a wealth of very solid advice on how to make drastic changes in your spending habits and present great advice on how to save money in a variety of areas.

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  • Zak
  • 21-01-2018

Foundation for budgeting

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I highly suggest this book for anyone trying to cut expenses or budgeting or simply struggling financially. Because it could give you with a foundation that makes your budgeting so much relaxed as well as your life!

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  • Adam
  • 05-03-2018

Bad.... very bad

Made it to chapter four before having to stop listening. Badly written. Much better minimalism books out there. Don’t waste your money.

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  • Ella
  • 21-01-2018

Check it out and pay it forward.

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I was the person who believed that buying the latest device or item would make me happy. It did until the thrill wore off. I have gratitude for this book and supporting me find that I am the source of true happiness in my life.

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  • Carter Casey
  • 21-01-2018

Fresh views on this topic

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I love the idea of looking past just the money and truly deciding what brings value to your life. This book gives a list of new prospects that will refresh your journey!!

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  • Julia
  • 09-12-2017

Helped a lot

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I have the first part. I admit with everything he says so far. Overcome the clutter and your life will be less stressful.

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  • ranu
  • 30-10-2019

happy guide

Its a great short read with tons of take aways and exercises to start right now! I am feeling motivated to re-evaluate my life in lots of different aspects that I hadn't considered before! Love this book! It is going to be one of my go-to's for sure!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 30-10-2019

brilliant guide

I started this book with great skepticism ('no way am I throwing out my Stuff'), to really rethinking goals in life and how too much crap can really be a drain on your life.

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  • asiful
  • 30-10-2019

good job

I found myself taking lots of notes on commitments I will make to myself and others. I’m already very organized, but AUTHOR has taught me several new tricks.

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  • Ashley H McNeely
  • 30-10-2019

fantastic

I really enjoyed this book and believe that it provides sound advice for people that want to declutter their life to enjoy it more and more free time.