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This guide will show you how to find minimalism in all areas of your life: from decluttering your possessions and digital life to working less to finding time for what's important.

Sobre o Autor

Leo Babauta has been a reporter, editor, speechwriter, and freelance writer for the last 17 years. Babauta lives in Guam with his wife and five children, where he posts regularly on ZenHabits.net.

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  • Formato: eBook Kindle
  • Tamanho do arquivo: 261 KB
  • Número de páginas: 116 páginas
  • Quantidade de dispositivos em que é possível ler este eBook ao mesmo tempo: Ilimitado
  • Editora: Pipe Dreams Press (14 de setembro de 2009)
  • Vendido por: Amazon Servicos de Varejo do Brasil Ltda
  • Idioma: Inglês
  • ASIN: B0049H8X90
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Esta avaliação foi considerada útil por 9 de 9 pessoa(s):
3.0 de 5 estrelas The blog in book form. 10 de abril de 2012
Por Starry Eyes - Publicada na Amazon.com
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I love Leo Babuta's blog ZenHabits.net. He's one of the most engaging bloggers on the whole simplicity movement and his blog has gotten me through some tough days, bringing me back to remembering what's important in life when I'm stressed. I really like his story and the journey he is sharing with his readers - he is not just telling you to do all this, he has gone through every step of the way himself. I started reading his blog when I was living a very hectic lifestyle - working at a competitive job in NYC, long commute, lots of work stress and "keeping up with the NYC lifestyle" stress. I knew it was so far from the life I wanted to be living, but didn't really know how to transition. I also didn't know if I could get zen with the fact that doing so would mean dramatically less income and less social life. But Leo helps you break it down and take it in stages, weeding out the items in your life that aren't serving you and taking on the simple motto of "do less". Just "do less". So simple and brilliant.

As much as I love the blog, I don't really feel like the book brought me a lot of new information. I know it must be tough to come up with enough material for an ongoing blog and a book because you are probably using up all your ideas constantly writing the blog. I think that's the fundamental problem with blogger books. If you're already reading the blog, the book is probably not going to share anything dramatically new.

I think if you're already reading the blog for free, just stick with that (sorry Leo). But if you want to share the ideas with someone who would not commit to reading the blog, this would make a great gift.

On another note, it looks like Leo has teamed up with another simplicity blogger (I forgot her name, sorry!) to write a new book about living clutter free which seems like it might have some new information since de-cluttering is not one of the main focuses on the blog, so I am considering buying that one. If I do, I shall review it for you!
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5.0 de 5 estrelas Inspiring and needs a sequel 20 de fevereiro de 2010
Por Amazon Customer - Publicada na Amazon.com
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I love this book. I'll probably never be a true minimalist, but it's amazingly inspirational. If nothing else, the simple tips should make you ask yourself "Do I *really* need to do things the way I've been doing them?" Just a couple of examples here: he shows how you can travel on the barest of packing, and it's made me re-think what I really need to bring on my next trip. He also shows a very minimal desk to accommodate a monitor - with NOTHING on it, not even a photo. Though I can't go that extreme, it did make me ask myself if I was keeping an array of supplies scattered or stacked or sorted all over my desk because I genuinely used them frequently - or just out of habit because that's what's "supposed" to be on a desk. I recommend this book to everyone.
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4.0 de 5 estrelas From a guy who has too much stuff... 18 de janeiro de 2011
Por PapaBear615 - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: eBook Kindle Compra verificada
A few years ago, a good friend of mine began asking me to try some "new" things that he benefits from in his own personal life. First, barefoot running. I tried implementing some barefoot runs into my routine, thoroughly enjoyed them, and now do so regularly. I feel better physically, running is more fun than before, and it's a change I decided to keep.

My friend is about as healthy as a person could be, both inside and out. When he told me I should consider becoming a vegetarian, I scoffed at the suggestion. You see, I like steak. A lot.

Minimalism is something that he's started to slowly bring into his own life, and the changes are profound. While I have two daughters under the age of 4, it could get tricky--and my wife, oh my wife loves her shoes. However, the idea of needing less, having less, and feeling more free is one that I am not going to pass up on. So I started by following a few blogs recommended by my friend, and I was hooked by Leo's in particular.

With a desire to read as much of his ebook collection as possible on my awesome new Kindle, I decided to start here with "The Simple Guide to a Minimalist Life." There is a lot of awesome stuff, very useful information contained in the guide. On one hand, I felt like it was too simple, too basic--but on the other hand, that's kinda the idea of minimalism. It's not something that can happen overnight, nor should it. I was shocked to find within the pages of this guide that I've already taken some of the recommended steps. We host a lot of events at the house and I REFUSE to leave any dishes in the sink, and I refuse to leave "stuff" on the counter.

I stress, this is a guide. I read this cover to cover in two or three hours, and it wasn't too heavy to need time to chew on it. At the same time, it's a great starting point for somebody who is curious about this whole concept of minimalism...
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5.0 de 5 estrelas Good intro to simplification 17 de maio de 2015
Por Oleg T - Publicada na Amazon.com
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In his usual pragmatic style Leo talks about things which make our life complex - cluttered houses, overscheduled calendars, overstuffed closets - and provides good advice to get started on the road of simplifying your life. Good primer for newbies or a refresher for those already on the simplification path.
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3.0 de 5 estrelas Minimal is the word for this book 22 de março de 2011
Por Briochegal - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: eBook Kindle Compra verificada
There is so little real material in this book, most of which is from his blogs, that it could have been a Kindle Single instead of a book. The information is interesting, and if you don't know anything about minimalism, it is useful. But there's not much meat here; I read the book cover to cover in an hour or less. I liked the book, but found it lacking in depth, it's little more than an introduction to the subject.
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