Chicken Soup For The Soul – The Joy Of Less – Book Review
Are you tired of coming home to an abode that is overflowing with stuff – things you thought would bring you joy, but are now threatening to take over every inch of your house?
Do you find it difficult to find time to do the things that you really love, because your calendar is always filled with appointments that seem important at the time you make them – but feel somewhat hollow in retrospect?
If so, you should add Chicken Soup For The Soul: The Joy Of Less to your list of essential books to read!
Chicken Soup For The Soul: The Joy of Less – 101 Stories About Having More By Simpliflying Our Lives is filled with the inspiring stories of people who have recognized they needed to reclaim control of their lives by reducing clutter, saying no to over-scheduling, and learning how to simplify various aspects of their lives,
Their stories contain nuggets of wisdom that will help you to shift your priorities, adopt new strategies and achieve freedom from overwhelm in the areas that are causing you stress!
The Joy Of Less, which is edited by Amy Newmark and introduced by Brook Burke-Charvet, addresses the following themes:
- The Freedom Of Less
- The Joy Of No
- All You Need Is Less
- Joyfully Unplugged
- The Joy Of Sharing
- Less Is So Much More
- Joy On The Road
- Count Your Blessings
- The Joy Of Starting Over
- Lessons In Less
Reading The Joy Of Less encourages us to make positive changes in our lives, one step at a time.
Be sure to pick up your copy of this inspiring book today – or enter our Giveaway for a chance to win a copy of this must-read book!
Disclosure: I received a copy of this book from Chicken Soup For The Soul for review purposes. However, the opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.
About Chicken Soup
Chicken Soup for the Soul Publishing, LLC, publishes the famous “Chicken Soup for the Soul” book series. In 2007, USA Today named “Chicken Soup For The Soul” one of the five most memorable books in the last quarter century. With over 100 million books sold to date in the U.S. and Canada alone, almost 250 titles in print and translations into more than 40 languages, “Chicken Soup for the Soul” is one of the world’s best known phrases. Today, 20 years, after it first began sharing readers’ experiences, Chicken Soup for the Soul continues to provide extraordinary stories through its new books but has also evolved beyond the bookstore.
Chicken Soup for the Soul is known for high-quality products including wholesome and balanced pet food that recognizes the unique relationship between pets and people and a new line of delicious nutritious comfort food inspired by the connection between food and feelings.
Chicken Soup For The Soul is “always there for you.”
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- Chicken Soup For The Soul – Dreams And Premonitions is available on Amazon.
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Where do I start? I have problems giving away things…my kids artwork or anything I deem “sentimental.” But my biggest problem is cookbooks! I can’t seem to weed any of them out. My friends make fun of me:.( I need help!
Oh goodness Terri, I can relate! I love my cookbooks too (and I’m sentimental about EVERYTHING!)
Sounds like you need this book as much as me! 🙂
Thank you for posting this book. I’m very curious about the contents.
Here’s an irony! I’ve worked really hard at saying no, and now I have extra time on my hands. Time to reconnect with my Creator to see what his agenda is for me!
Happy Summer to you JoDee! My goal is to be where you are! Best of luck to you as you re-connect and find out what God’s will is for you in this current season of your life!
I do feel overwhelmed with social media, I subscribe to many sites and simply cannot keep up it. The technology is getting out of control.
Forgot, I live in Canada.
I SO relate to that Marjorie! Information overload is a huge challenge for me too!
Could you please delete my entries, I just won this book. Thanks.
I have to be vigilant about prioritizing. Occasionally my to-do list becomes too much.
It’s SO easy to go overboard with those lists!
Best of luck to you Betty!
This looks like a great book. Thanks for sharing it with all of us! I’m stopping over from the Sits Girls!
I’m basically the kind of person that has lists to keep track of all my lists… maybe slightly going overboard 🙂
My friend recommended this book to me, she said it is very inspiring, just what I need. Thank you!
Visiting from LMM. Sounds like a good book. It’s so easy for life to get over-complicated at times. There is definitely joy in less.
Just what I was forced to do over the weekend and yes, it feels pretty good. Too bad those nice empty spaces will probably fill up soon.
I haven’t read a Chicken Soup book in ages but I used to love them. This looks one I desperately need so I can declutter once and for all.
Thank you for linking up with us at #HomeMattersParty. We would love to have you again next week.
Decluttering can be a challenge. I love books, but have far too many for the space to keep them in, the same with my cookbooks. I also have boxes full of my girls’ artwork that I’m not quite sure what to do with.
I definitely need to spend some time decluttering! Thanks for sharing this at Booknificent Thursday on Mommynificent.com!
Entered & sharing… Thanks!
Awesome – best of luck to you Bette! 🙂
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