James Allen

I Am a Minimalist

Do you struggle with clutter? Do you have lots of things around your home that you don’t know what to do with? Do you wish you have more money to do things you like? Does it feel like something is missing in your life that you simply can’t buy with money?
If this sounds like you, then continue reading! In the average American’s home, there are 300,000 items. 25% of American’s have a two-car garaged, but can’t fit their cars inside of them. In 1930, the average American woman owned nine outfits, now they own 20. And the average American throws away 65 pounds of clothing each year. Nearly half of the households in America don’t save money.
Those aren’t just random facts I’m throwing at you. I’m trying to paint a picture of the overconsumption that is happening in America and many other countries. We have a lot of stuff, and our children have a lot of stuff - but do we really need all of that? How often during the day do you have to move one thing in order to get to another?
Probably more often than you would like to admit. Minimizing the junk you have in your home helps your mind.You can find happiness without spending a bunch of money on things that will never be used. And minimalism can be applied to every single area of your life. Who knows, you may find that you don’t need to clean out your home, but other areas of your life may need to be minimized. With this book, you will learn how to tackle all of that stuff. It won’t be easy, but it will be worth it in the long run.
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