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How to make space : an inspired guide to a clearer mind and home / Lona Eversden and Dr. Arlene K. Unger ; illustratrations by Joanne Parry.

By: Unger, Arlene K.
Contributor(s): Eversden, Lona [author.] | Parry, Jo [illustrator.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London, England : White Lion Publishing, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Description: 175 pages : illustrations ; 18 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781781317921; 1781317925.Subject(s): Orderliness | Self-actualization (Psychology)DDC classification: 158.1 Summary: Often life seems to be about having or achieving more, but what happens when we choose less? Discover the joys of simplicity and moderation with practical exercises to clear your home, calendar and mind. Through fascinating anecdotes and intriguing vignettes, How to Make Space reveals how people throughout history and around the world have embraced a simpler life, from Buddhist monks to Swedish Lagom and modern minimalism. Be inspired to follow their example and reap the benefits of more time, more clarity, more joy, more space.
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Often life seems to be about having or achieving more, but what happens when we choose less?

Discover the joys of simplicity and moderation with practical exercises to clear your home, calendar and mind.

Through fascinating anecdotes and intriguing vignettes, How to Make Space reveals how people throughout history and around the world have embraced a simpler life, from Buddhist monks to Swedish Lagom and modern minimalism. Be inspired to follow their example and reap the benefits of more time, more clarity, more joy, more space.

Often life seems to be about having or achieving more, but what happens when we choose less? Discover the joys of simplicity and moderation with practical exercises to clear your home, calendar and mind. Through fascinating anecdotes and intriguing vignettes, How to Make Space reveals how people throughout history and around the world have embraced a simpler life, from Buddhist monks to Swedish Lagom and modern minimalism. Be inspired to follow their example and reap the benefits of more time, more clarity, more joy, more space.