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Make Space: A Minimalist's Guide to the Good and the Extraordinary

Regina Wong Willow Nash

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Bolinda Audio Books
28 March 2017
Popular philosophy; Popular psychology; Mind, Body, Spirit: thought & practice; Lifetyle & personal style guides
Minimalism is not just a series of actions but also a total mindset shift. It recognises that modern day abundance has not increased our level of happiness - in fact we are less happy than generations before despite having more - and it argues that embracing less will allow us to live more fully.

This handbook gives us the tools to achieve this complete life-changing mental shift, teaching us how to search for items and thoughts that add value to our lives and how to get rid of non-essential physical and mental clutter. The holistic audiobook marries minimalist philosophy with practical tips, activities and action points, such as crafting a minimalist budget, reducing possessions, decluttering space and clearing the mind of negative emotions.
By:   Regina Wong
Read by:   Willow Nash
Imprint:   Bolinda Audio Books
Country of Publication:   Australia
Edition:   Unabridged edition
ISBN:   9781489384836
ISBN 10:   1489384839
Publication Date:   28 March 2017
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Audio
Publisher's Status:   Active

Regina Wong is passionate about minimalism and simple living. She writes a popular blog 'Simple and Minimal' on minimalism and simple living at LiveWellWithLess.com. Regina also runs her own inspired ventures, including Live Well With Less (LiveWellWithLess.com), which focuses on helping others live happier and fuller lives through minimalism and simplicity. She has also been featured in various publications on the topics of minimalism and simplicty. In addition, Regina also heads up The Minimalists Meet Up Group in London, which provides friendship and support to both aspiring and experienced minimalists through various events. Born in East London, Willow studied at East 15 Acting School. She's toured Germany, Poland and Japan performing Shakespeare. At home in the West End, she's played Sheila Birling in An Inspector Calls and toured the provinces with Dickens's Hard Times and Moliere's The School for Wives. Willow is also one half of Really Big Pants - a children's theatre company taking original plays to children aged between four and 11. She enjoys recording voiceovers for computer games, online training videos, commercials and indents, and ADR on numerous television programs and films.

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