The New Good Life: Living Better Than Ever in an Age of Less

Whether you’re scaling back your spending by necessity or by choice, The New Good Life will help you enjoy the luxury of a rightsized existence.

The New Good Life

By John Robbins (Ballantine, 2010)

Robbins defines the “new good life” as one of conscious consumption (unlike the conspicuous consumption of days past) and recommends a list of actionable strategies to help you achieve it, from riding a bike to plugging up money leaks, to simply deciding to work less and be time-rich instead. His life-affirming advice to steward our time as well as our money provides a refreshing antidote to the fear mongering that occurs during economic hard times.

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