You Can Buy Happiness by Tammy Strobel
(and It's Cheap): How One Woman Radically Simplified Her Life and How You Can Too

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Once, Tammy Strobel and her husband were living a normal middle-class lifestyle: driving two cars, commuting long distances, and living well beyond their means. Now they are living the voluntary downsizing — or smart-sizing — dream. In this book Strobel combines research on well-being with numerous real-world examples to offer practical inspiration. Her fresh take on our things, our work, and our relationships spells out micro-actions that anyone can take to step into a life that’s more conscious and connected, sustainable and sustaining, heartfelt and happy.

About Tammy Strobel

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Simple living blogger Tammy Strobel is the author of the self-published Smalltopia: A Practical Guide to Working for Yourself. She lives (in a tiny house) in Portland, Oregon.
Published August 21, 2012 by New World Library. 226 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Self Help, Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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This cheerful handbook offers the emotional and practical lessons Strobel learned while radically downsizing her living space, disposing of most of her possessions, and simplifying her lifestyle.

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If you are struggling along and wondering why you might be feeling depressed, or like life is just passing you by, I urge you to sit down and read this book and realize that sometimes radically simplifying is just what is needed in our lives to make us happier, healthier, and more fulfilled with ...

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