Simplicity vs. Ebook + Workbook

Simplicity VS: simple-living ebook + workbook
simple-living ebook + workbook

Simplifying does not come natural or easy to everyone. A lot of us give up before we really start, and continue to buy and store things we don't need. The Simplicity vs. Ebook and Workbook will help you start where you are, embrace the process, and find peace in the unsimple now. Face your simplifying challenges equipped and ready as you go at your own pace.

Buy both ebook + workbook PDFs as a package for $8.

Get them free for one day only!
I am sending this ebook + workbook to my e-mail subscribers at midnight tonight. Yay! The PDFs will be sent through e-mail and available for free download on October 31 only.



Simplicity vs. The Ebook: for when simplifying isn't easy or natural

Simplicity vs. The Ebook:
for when simplifying isn't easy or natural

Simplicity vs. The Ebook is written by someone that "gets" the challenges of simplifying and journeys with you through them. There's no perfect end goal--just a messy process with lots of successes and joy to be found all along the way. This 120-page ebook will give you the resources and encouragement you need to start and keep going. The simplifying process can be overwhelming, and for most of us letting go isn't easy or natural. This ebook offers the help you need to overcome those hurdles and live simply where you are.

See Inside the EBOOK >> here.

Buy the EBOOK PDF now for $4.99.
OR buy both ebook + workbook PDFs as a package for $8.



Simplicity vs. The Workbook: an 8-week home + life simplifying challenge

Simplicity vs. The Workbook
an 8-week home + life simplifying challenge

Simplicity vs. The Workbook is a perfect compliment to the ideas shared in The Ebook, but is also a stand-alone resource to help you jump-start your simplifying process. Inspired by the Simplifying Home blog series, it includes an 8-week checklist of tasks to grow in simplicity, intentionality, and contentment in your home and life. This 98-page workbook expounds on the original checklist to include guiding questions with journal space and printable resources like a blank menu, week planner, home improvements sheet, and so much more. Now is the time to dive into establishing your simple home and life.

See Inside the WORKBOOK >> here.

Buy the WORKBOOK PDF now for $4.99.
OR buy both ebook + workbook PDFs as a package for $8.



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Join the Community

You're not alone. Join a community of reluctant simplifiers. Wherever you post about these books, your home, or your simplifying journey, use the hashtag:

#simplicityvs

Simplicity versus whatever challenges you run across in simplifying your home and life.

Let's join together to answer each other's questions, help in the challenges, give virtual high fives when we give things away, and celebrate the little victories along the way.


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Simple Gifts

Simplifying Gifts

It's getting close to that time that everyone starts thinking about gift-giving and what to buy other's for the holidays, or what to say we want if asked. This season gets even more complicated with loved ones birthdays around the holidays (eh hem, two of our kiddos). Gifts are still relevant, even for those trying to live more simply. Here are a couple simple things to keep in mind about gifts.

1. Be in tune.
We could all be a little more transparent about what we want and need and make this gift-giving thing a little easier. When buying for others, listen to what they talk about, or look at their Pinterest boards if they have them. There's likely something they've got their eye on and haven't even thought to ask for it. If you know people will be buying for you, speak up or make a board of the smaller items on your wish-, want-, need-, or use-frequently lists.

2. Think outside of the brand-new box.
Whatever can be experienced, used up, read, homemade, secondhand, fair trade, or raise funds for a good cause—even better. There are plenty of nice gifts to be found in these categories, and don't be afraid to suggest them to others if they ask.

3. Give, receive, and detach.
There is a good possibility that gifts will lose their appeal, become outdated, or no longer fit with the receiver's wants or needs. Don't put guilt on anyone to forever keep a gift. And remove that guilt from yourself if a gift you received is no longer wanted, needed, or loved.



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