eBook Review : A To Z Of Minimalism By Upasna

eBook Review : A To Z Of Minimalism By Upasna

“Minimalism is different for everybody. Some like to keep the wardrobe organized and clutter free, some prefer to have fewer gadgets, and other people like to weed out mind clutter and hurtful relationships” – Upasna

 

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Title: A To Z Of Minimalism

Author: Upasna

Designer: Upasna

Series: eBook

Genre: Self Help

Publishers: Self Published on April 2017 

Length of the book: 82 pages

Book Type: eBook

Language: English

Recommended Age Group: 18+

ISBN : 

Source:  Blogchatter EBook Carnival

 

 

Blurb About The eBook 

This book discusses the simple way of living. It isn’t a step by- step guide that you can follow from beginning to end. But it’s divided into areas starting from A to Z that can help you explore the Life of a Minimalist

It helps you to easily refer each section linked with each alphabet. It’ll be a useful guide for the readers who want to know more about practical Minimalism and inspire them to dive into this exciting journey. It’s more than a practical guide to achieving Freedom.

My Review For A to Z Of Minimalism

This book is a collection of 26 Minimalism Techniques written for A to Z Challenge. This is her first eBook. The book discusses various practical yet simple methods to start the minimalist lifestyle. 

 

The chapters like Keepsakes, Mindfulness, Negativity Removal, Unplug, White Space and Zero In are a hit ones. Many sections have small exercise at the end so we can practice what it takes to live minimally. 

 

The simplicity of the book adds attraction for the readers. The author provides easy and simple steps to live happily with fewer things. If you practice these simple steps, you will be the richer ones with less. 

“Owning less is far more beneficial than organizing more.”

 

“Minimalist diet is the one which needs less processing before consuming.”

 

“Being a Minimalist you always try to be a better version of yourself, always De-cluttering the meaningless and joyless things, always simplifying relationships, always trying to put needs over wants, always trying to spare some time for the passions.”

Inspired by the book, joined this October in 30 Day Clutter Blitz Challenge conducted by Chrissy at Organise My House. That’s the power of this book. So you can expect more of decluttering posts from now onwards.

In A Nutshell: Excellent eBook with practical, self-tested & proven methods of minimalism.

My Rating: 4 / 5 – Missing page numbers.

Purchase Link: Amazon.in

About The Author 

Upasna is a mother to a 2-year old, a full-time IT Professional, Crafter and now a Minimalist. She loves to greet loved ones with her hand-made cards and frames. Weekends for her are the no-work only-play time when she loves to spend time with her family and friends.

 

She’s a Theist but not a blind-follower of any religion because she believes no religion is perfect. You can find her sharing self-improvement stories, lifestyle changes and parenting inspirations on her blog “Life through my Bioscope”.

 

 

 

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Disclaimer: This post is not a sponsored/paid post. It’s an honest review in exchange for abundant love and friendship. But this review is purely my personal opinion.

 

I am taking part in The Write Tribe Problogger October 2017 Blogging Challenge.  Also linking this post with #ThankfulTursdays hosted by Amrita and Tina.

 

 

 

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18 thoughts on “eBook Review : A To Z Of Minimalism By Upasna

  1. This was an interesting review. It is good to note that Upasna could convert her A-Z challenge posts into a book.

  2. De-cluttering is on my mind with Diwali around the corner 🙂 Looks like a good book for hoarders like me. thanks for sharing your helpful review.

  3. I have been trying to declutter since like forever. But this year I went at it with a vengeance. I have managed a lot but Upasana’s book seems very interesting. Getting it right now to add to my library of declutter literature!

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