As I began my adult life after college, during the economic collapse of 2008, I was thrown for a loop. All of the promises of the 90’s and my childhood were turned on their head.
No, a college degree wasn’t enough to guarantee me a job. Heck, a college degree, connections, a good work ethic, and drive to succeed were no longer enough. But the funny thing is, it all saved me.
I began to question why I was chasing this dream of the big career, car payment, mortgage, exhaustion, and dissatisfaction. Learning to live with very little out of necessity helped me to see that all I need is so much less than the world wants me to pursue.
I found that minimalism, simplicity, and self sufficiency were much more fulfilling. Once I wasn’t spending so much on stuff I thought I should want, I began to see the truth—that true happiness is individual, and that it never involves materialism.
- Stuck at a job you don’t love out of financial necessity
- Stuck in cycle of earning and spending
- Living without purpose and direction
- Desiring to simplify your life
then this book is for you. It will help you sort through what a simple life means to you, and gives you steps to achieve your most fulfilling and abundant life!
More about The Beginner’s Guide to Simple Living
I had the beginner in mind when writing this book. I know how overwhelming it can be at first and wanted to provide a resource to break it down into manageable steps. There are so many ways to begin, but this book will help you figureout what will work for you.
This eBook includes information on:
- How to define your best, simple life
- Where to start
- How to make an overwhelming goal like simple living more manageable
- Tips for each part of your life