A popular minimalist blogger upends conventional notions on possessions, work, and success while delivering a practical plan for a more satisfying life in The More of Less, now in paperback.
Joshua Becker delivers an empowering plan for living more by owning less. In a society consumed by consumption and stressed about finances, millions are realizing that more stuff won't necessarily bring more happiness. Material pursuits, in fact, almost always prevent us from making room for what does. That's why minimalism--defined by the author as the intentional promotion of everything we most value and the removal of anything that distracts us from it--suggests a radical about face.
His book provides a deeply considered manifest for a life-giving alternative: Less is more. Contentment is possible. Generosity enriches. Genuine abundance is not found in wealth.