An inspiring story but not too much help with the how to do it part. He does a lot of rambling on about all the activities he wants to do for pleasure but not much about WHY we need to consume fewer things.
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In honor of this book, I hereby am coining a new phrase: "Premature Book Contract Syndrome." PBC Syndrome happens when someone has what appears to be a great idea for a book and then it turns out to be worth only a short article, if that. But, you gotta fill those 200 pages. Here's all you need to know: it's very possible and easy to live with fewer than 100 things if you count nothing that you share with your family in your large house (dishes, appliances, furniture, the dog, basically all that stuff that only his wife really pays any attention to anyway) and if you count all your books as one item, all your underwear as another item, and avoid any thing-intensive hobbies. But, hey, getting by with one pen for an entire year will really cleanse the soul. I do feel for the guy--he became almost-famous for something he didn't do in an interesting way, and he has nothing to say about it. It's clear why his wife bailed early on and told him this was his project and his problem. Smart lady.
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