Becoming a Minimalist by Kimberly Wilson
Your Guide to Living a Great Life with Less Through Minimalism

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** Discover that having LESS is MORE... Get more freedom, more time, save money and more, by eliminating the excess in your life and focusing on the essentials. **

Would you like to go to sleep at night knowing that your day was spent as you truly wanted to spend it? Would you like to feel sure that you didn’t waste time and energy on meaningless activity? Are you tired of listening to the thundering voice of consumerism instead of the quiet voice within you?

"Becoming a Minimalist: Living a Great Life with Less Through Minimalism" will show you (in a very concise manner) how to find what’s important in your life and rid yourself of what isn’t, so you can focus on what is truly important.

Minimalism is a flexible life philosophy that you can use to help create a more meaningful life. Use the principles in this book to learn about minimalism, what it is, how to live by its guidelines, how it can help you live with focus on what you truly value, and how you can integrate all of these principles into your life.

Get off the hamster wheel of buying, consuming, working harder, and only falling farther behind. Start focusing on the things in life that are the most important to you!

Make an investment in yourself, by picking up "Becoming a Minimalist: Living a Great Life with Less Through Minimalism" today!


About Kimberly Wilson

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Kimberly Wilson is a teacher, designer, writer, activist, and entrepreneur with a master’s in women’s studies. She is the founder of Tranquil Space Yoga in Washington, D.C. She penned Hip Tranquil Chick with hopes of inspiring fellow femmes to lead a mindfully extravagant life on and off the yoga mat. When she’s not bookstore browsing, you’ll find her designing the eco-luxe TranquiliT lifestyle clothing collection and her chunky gemstone jewelry line, sipping tea, or leading retreats globally. Her work has been featured on Martha Stewart Living Radio and in Daily Candy, Fit Yoga, and Shape. Kimberly founded the Tranquil Space Foundation to assist young girls with finding their inner voice, and she serves on the board of the Mid-Atlantic Yoga Association. Indulge in ongoing musings through her blog and podcast. Learn more at
Published March 5, 2012 by Empowerment Nation. 67 pages
Genres: Self Help, Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Non-fiction

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