Secrets of Simplicity: Learn to Live Better With Less

By Mary Carlomagno (Chronicle, 2008)

Secrets of Simplicity

Most of us need a little encouragement to clear both mental and physical space in our lives, if only because attachment is one of the most powerful unconscious forces that guide us.

Making those attachments conscious, on the other hand, can go a long way toward freeing up blocked energy and space — and that is precisely what this journal and workbook are designed to help you do.

It doesn’t matter whether you’re dealing with an overloaded work schedule or a closet full of unworn clothes. Mary Carlomagno’s Secrets of Simplicity provides step-by-step guidance to help you get the stuff itself out of the way and create space for the life you desire.

The spiral-bound book is divided into seven neatly tabbed sections: release, simplify, treasure, focus, invest, discover and thrive. Carlomagno provides gentle but masterful coaching throughout the entire process.

Cleaning out your closet is only the first step; much of the program is about helping you focus the energy that gets released once the physical space is clear. From learning to give up home- and schedule-cluttering habits to embracing goal setting and dream achievement, this journal is a great tool for building a life with room to breathe.

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