Because we are modifying things, I've been reading. Lots of reading. Books on mindset, finances, habits, parenting, simplicity, and minimalism. It's a long list. I'm going to review my favorites for you.
Let's start with a condensed look at the books on simplicity and minimalism.
4. Set goals to gauge your progress.
5. Practice self-discipline.
6. Be in control of your finances.
8. Take care of yourself first so you can care for those you love.
Interestingly, this could be a summary of all the books I read combined together.
Finally there are the books I started, liked and wanted to finish, but simply ran out of steam.
Miss Minimalist by Francine Jay: Enjoyed the flow and voice of the author. Didn't have my heart in it.
Minimalism Made Easy by Kathy Stanton: Left me feeling burdened. Seriously considered selling it all, even the family. There are good, decent suggestions within the pages.
Simplify by Joshua Becker read like a repeat of Clutterfree with Kids. It's probably the opposite but I read Clutterfree first.
Please add your own recommendations for minimalist or simplification books in the comments. I'd love to have a few more to read. If I have time. Thanks so much.
Smith & Guy University series