Over the weekend I had the pleasure of reading an advance copy of Joshua Becker's new book, "The More of Less." By the 2nd chapter, I had to put the book down for a second to get a highlighter. As I continued to read, I started thinking, "I can't wait to pass this book on to (insert several friends' names here)." But then I realized I want to keep my copy as a reference. So, spoiler alert, my new go-to all-occasion gift is this terrific book.
Reading "The More of Less" is like listening to a friend. Joshua has a way of writing that is completely engaging, leading you ever forward towards a fuller, better way of life. He is honest about the struggles, yet gives you confidence that you can achieve the goals of minimalism that suit you.
The chapters are arranged so that you move from understanding what minimalism is, then how to strategically go about decluttering, and finally, creating a significant, intentional life. Not bad for 220 pages, huh
I hope you choose to read Joshua's book, and that you find as much value in "The More of Less" as I did, and continue to do.