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|Length: 204 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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I pulled a line from the first few pages of the books that I have now framed. You can do the same. And the rest of the book is brilliant!Published 1 month ago by GravelGertie
This book is short and to the point. Leo Babauta doesn't waste a bunch of words trying to explain having a more minimalist life or having a more simple life. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rachel @ My Naturally Frugal Family
Short book; crisply written and to the point. Very practical and a good read for anyone looking to make time for new habits/hobbies.Published 2 months ago by kannan
now i have another book, but there are some definitive ideas and concise tipsPublished 2 months ago by indee
Nothing totally new, just a good clear way of presenting six ways to become super productive.Published 3 months ago by Katherine Anne Wayman
I found this book difficult to get into because I thought it was really quite wordy and too much of the author's self praise (ego) to interest me. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Veronica
A very thoughtful and insightful book. It challenges is to break the chains of western consumerism and focus our life on the things that really matter.Published 4 months ago by Reid Read's
Great book and easy to understand! I realy like this book.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
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|Perhaps the Most Important Book for 2009||
I think the title makes a good point. We fall into the trap of believing that if we are busy we must be doing the right things; we must be successful. But how often are we up to our armpits in alligators and still feel lost, empty and wanting.
It comes down to quality over quantity in our... Read More
Dec 31, 2008 by S. Dudra | See all 2 posts